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κάπετον, a grave dug in the earth, from “σκάπτω” (cp. “καφώρη”, ‘fox,’ also “σκαφώρη”): among kindred words G. Curtius gives the Lithuanian ka/p-a-s, ‘grave-mound’ (Etym. § 109). Il. 24. 797(Hector's burial) “αἶψα δ᾽ ἄρ᾽ ἐς κοίλην κάπετον θέσαν.

ἰδεῖν, ‘look for’: Od. 8. 443αὐτὸς νῦν ἴδε πῶμα”: Theocr. 15. 2ὅρη δίφρον, Εὐνόα, αὐτῇ”.


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