ὑλακτεῖ, the word used of a dog's bark, here describes a yell of rage, as in Eur. Alc. 760“ἄμουσ᾽ ὑλακτῶν” is said of the drunken Heracles. σὺν is here an adv. (and not, as in 746, a case of tmesis): cp. Ai. 1288“ὅδ᾽ ἦν ὁ πράσσων ταῦτα, σὺν δ᾽ ἐγὼ παρών.” πέλας is combined with “παρών” as in Ai. 83: so with “παρέστατε”, ib. 1183: and “παραστατήσειν”, O. T. 400.— παρών implies support and aid; cp. Ph. 373, Ph. 1405. 301 The adv. πάντα often thus strengthens an adj., as Ai. 911“ὁ πάντα κωφός, ὁ πάντ᾽ ἄϊδρις.” ἄναλκις: Od. 3. 310“ἀνάλκιδος Αἰγίσθοιο”: Aesch. Ag. 1224“λέοντ᾽ ἄναλκιν.” ἡ πᾶσα βλάβη, equiv. in sense to “ὁ πᾶς βλάβη ὤν”: see on Ph. 622, where this phrase is applied to Odysseus: and cp. ib. 927 “ὦ πῦρ σὺ καὶ πᾶν δεῖμα”.
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