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ὠτειλ-ή , ,
A.wound, esp. a fresh, open wound, Il. (acc. to Ammon. Diff.pp.104,144, opp. οὐλή)“; δεῖξεν . . αἷμα καταρρέον ἐξ ὠτειλῆςIl.5.870; “αἷμ᾽ ἔτι θερμὸν ἀνήνοθεν ἐξὠ.11.266, cf. 17.297; “δόρυ χάλκεον ἐξὠ. εἴρυσε16.862; “ὠτειλὴν . . δῆσαν ἐπισταμένωςOd.19.456;—Aristarch. considered ὠτειλή as restricted in Hom. to a wound inflicted hand to hand, not by a missile, “χαλκοτύπους .Il.19.25, and therefore he rejected as spurious 4.140, 149, cf. Sch.Il.4.140, 11.266, 18.351.
II. after Hom. (esp. in Hp.) generally, wound, whether recent or not, “κίνδυνος ἂν εἴη συρραγῆναι τὰς .Hp.Art.11; also, the mark of a wound, scar, ὅταν τὰ ἕλκεα ἐς ὠτειλὰς ἴῃ ibid., cf. Ruf.Ren.Ves. Praef.: ulcer, Gal.19.157:—once in X., τὰ μὲν ἔπαθεν, ὧν τὰς ὠτειλὰς [φανερὰς add. codd. plerique] “εἶχενAn.1.9.6, cf. Plu.Cor. 14, 2.276d, Jul.Caes.309c. (Prob. fr. οὐτάω (so Sch.A Il.14.518); cf. “οὐταμένη ὠτειλήIl.14.518, 17.86; Aeol. ὀτέλλα (sic) Jo.Gramm. Comp. (in Hoffmann Die griechischen Dialekteii.488); cf. γατειλαί (for ϝατ-) and βωτ [ε]άζειν).)
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