While κνυζᾶσθαι is the form recommended by the analogy of like words for the sounds of animals (“βληχάομαι, μυκάομαι, ὑλάομαι”, etc.), κνυζεῖσθαι has L's support, and also seems better just after εὐνᾶσθαι. If right here, it is, however, much the rarer form of the two. ἐξ ἄντρων: Verg. Aen. 6. 417 “Cerberus haec ingens latratu regna trifauci Personat, adverso recubans immanis in antro. — Immania terga resolvit Fusus humi, totoque ingens extenditur antro.”
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