κόρην, as Theocr. 27. 65 “τεκέων τροφός, οὐκέτι κώρα”: but it is also said of a young wife ( Il.6. 247 etc.) where her father is mentioned: in loc. cit. “κουράων” refers to “Πριάμοιο” in the preceding line.— ἐζευγμένην: see 1226. Deianeira's first belief (309) has been changed by learning the vehemence of her lord's new passion (359 f.: 488 f.). Cp. O. T.825“γάμοις”... | ...“ζυγῆναι”.
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