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ὠρύομαι [υ_], fut.
A.-ύσομαιLXX Ho.11.10: aor. “ὠρυ_σάμηνPi.O.9.109:—Ion. and poet. Verb, very rarely used in Att. (v. infr.), howl, prop. of wolves and dogs, Call.Fr.423, Theoc.2.35, Coluth. 116, D.S.1.87; of lions, roar, A.R.4.1339; of animals generally, Plu.2.973a, LXX Wi.17.19; ὄρθιον ὤρυσαι Pi.l.c., cf. LXX Ps.37(38).9; of primitive folk, either in mourning, Hdt.3.117, or in joy, Id.4.75; “ὥσπερ ἀπόπληκτοι . . ὠρύονταιPl.Com.130; of the sea, D.P.83.
II. trans., howl over,τῆνον μὰν θῶες, τῆνον λύκοι .Theoc.1.71; “. ἐπί τινιLuc.DMort.10.13.—The Act. only in AP11.31 (Antip., dub.l.), Suid. (Skt. rauti (pl. ruvanti), ruváti 'bellow', Lat. ru-mor, Slav. rev-ą, raju-ti.
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