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ῥι_γ-έω , Pi.N.5.50: fut.
A.-ήσωIl.5.351: aor. ἐρρίγησα, Ep. ῥίγησα (also in S.OC1607), Il.5.596: pf. (with pres. sense) “ἔρρι_γα17.175 (prob. f.l. in Thphr.Ign.74); Dor. 3pl. “ἐρρίγαντιTheoc.16.77; Ep. subj. “ἐρρίγῃσιIl.3.353; Ep. dat. part. ἐρρίγοντι (for ἐρριγότι) Hes.Sc.228: plpf. 3sg. “ἐρρίγειOd.23.216:—shudder or bristle with fear or horror, “ἰδὼν ῥίγησεIl.5.596, etc.; “ἐρρίγησαν ὅπως ἴδον12.208; once in Trag., αἱ δὲ παρθένοι ῥίγησαν (the augm. being omitted although in an iambic verse) S.l.c.: c. inf., shudder to do, shrink from doing, “ὄφρα τις ἐρρίγῃσι . . ξεινοδόκον κακὰ ῥέξαιIl.3.353, cf. 7.114; cf. ἀπορριγέω: folld. by a clause, “θυμὸς ἐρρίγει μὴ . . Od.23.216.
2. cool or slacken in zeal, Pi.N.5.50.
3. bristle with arms, “Φοίνικες . . ἐρρίγαντιTheoc. l.c.
II. trans., shudder at anything, “ῥιγήσειν πόλεμονIl.5.351; “ἔρριγα μάχην17.175 (in 16.119 ῥίγησέν τε is best taken parenthetically). (Cf. Lat. frīgeo, from srīg-.
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