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γάμος [α^], ,
II. marriage, wedlock, Il.13.382, etc.; “ἄγειν [γυναῖκα] ἐπὶ γάμῳX.An.2.4.8; “ἀγαγέσθαι τινὰ πρὸς γάμονPlu.Cat.Ma.24; τὸν Οἰνέως γ. the marriage granted by O., S.Tr.792; “γ. θεῶν τινοςE.Tr.979, cf. IT25; “εἰς γ. τινὸς ἐλθεῖνId.IA1044 (lyr.); more freq. in pl., A.Pr.558 (lyr.), 739 (lyr.), Ag.1156 (lyr.), etc.; cf. “γαμέω1: also τοῖς μεθημερινοῖς γάμοις, i.e. prostitution, D.18.129; Πανὸς ἀναβοᾷ γάμους, i.e. rape, E.Hel.190 (lyr.); of unlawful wedlock, as of Paris and Helen, Id.Tr. 932; “γάμοι ἄρρενεςLuc.VH1.22; “γ. ἀνδρεῖοιProcop.Arc.16.23:—E. Andr.103, X. Cyr.8.4.19, do not establish the sense of a wife; for E.Tr.357, v. γαμέω 1.1.
III. ἱερὸς γ. ritual marriage, Men.320, Hsch., EM468.56; as a nickname, Anaxandr.34.2; name of play by Ale.Com.
IV. Pythag. name for three, Theol.Ar.16; for five, Plu.2.388c; for six, Theo Sm.p.102H., Theol.Ar.33.
V. Γάμος personified, Philox.13, Lib.Or.5.27.
VI. name of month at Epidaurus, IG4.1485,1492. (Perh. akin to Skt. jāmís 'brother or sister', Lat. geminus.
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