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ἐνάλιος [α^], α, ον, and ος, ον E.Andr.855 (nisi leg. ἐνάλου), Plu. Luc.39: Ep. and Lyr. also εἰνάλιος , α, ον ος, ον E.Hel.526, lyr.): (ἅλς B):—, on, of the sea, κῆτος, κορῶναι, Od.4.443, 5.67, etc.; “νομόςArchil.74.8; εἰνάλιον πόνον ἐχοίσας βαθὺν σκευᾶς ἑτέρας while the rest of the tackle is at work fishing deep in the sea, Pi.P.2.79. cf. Theoc.21.39; “. πόροιA.Pers.453; . θεός, of Poseidon, S.OC888 (troch.), 1493 (lyr.); . λεώς seamen, Id.Aj.565; πόντου εἰναλία φύσις, i.e. the fish, Id.Ant.345 (lyr.); of islands, “. Εὐβοιὶς αἶαId.Fr. 255; . Χθών, of Tyre, E.Ph.6.—Poet. word, used in later Prose, “. νῆσοιArist.Mu.392b19; “δίαιταιPlu.Luc.39; “ὄργαναPorph.Antr.35.
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