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βρόμι-ος , α, ον, (βρόμος)
A.sounding, “φόρμιγξPi.N.9.8; noisy, boisterous, whence,
II. Βρόμιος , , as a name of Bacchus, Id.Fr.75.10, A.Eu.24, E.Ph.649 (lyr.), al., Telecl. 55; “ ΔιόνυσεB. Ar.Th.991; Βρομίου πῶμα, i.e. wine, E.Cyc.123; ποδαπὸς Βρόμιος; whence comes the wine? Alex. 230.3, cf. APl.4.309, AP9.368 (Jul. Imp., with play on βρόμος (B)).
2. Adj. Βρόμιος, α, ον, Bacchic, E.HF893 (lyr.), etc.; Β. χάρις, of the Dionysia, Ar.Nu.311:—also Βρομιώδγς , ες, Bacchic, πηλός, of a drinking-cup, AP11.27 (Maced.): fem. Βρομιῶτις , ιδος, , Opp.C.4.340: as Subst., Bacchante, ib.300.
III. βρόμιον, τό, name of a plaster, Orib.Fr.90.
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