ἄγαν γε λυπεῖς, ‘Nay, thou art too troublesome,’—the impatient phrase of one who would silence another, as Ai. 589 (Ajax to Tecmessa) “ἄγαν γε λυπεῖς: οὐ κάτοισθ᾽”, etc.: so ib. 592 “πόλλ᾽ ἄγαν ἤδη θροεῖς”.
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