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ἀνα?́ριθμ-ος [α^ρ], poet. ἀνήριθμος , ον,
A.without number, countless, Sapph.Supp.20.10, Pi.I.5(4).50; “κυμάτων . γέλασμαA.Pr.90; “πλῆθος ἀνάριθμοιId.Pers.40: c. gen., . ὧδε θρήνων without count or measure in lamentations, S.El.232; μηνῶν . (Herm. for μήλων) without count of months, Id.Aj.604 (lyr.); ὧν πόλις ἀνάριθμος ὄλλυται by [the loss of] countless hosts of them . . , Id.OT179; “χρόνον . . ἡμερῶν ἀνήριθμονId.Tr.247.
II. without number, i. e. having no assigned number, Plot.6.6.11.
2. not numerable, Dam.Pr.117. [“ἀνα^ρι_θμοςSapph. l. c., A.Pers.40 (lyr.); ἀνα^ρι^θμος in E.Ba.1335 (iamb.). S. has ἀνα^ρι^θμος in lyr., OT167,179, El.232. S. also uses ἀνήρι^θμος in lyr., Aj.604: Theoc. has “ἀνα_ριθμος15.45, but “ἀνα^ριθμος16.90.]
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