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ἰή [ι^], exclam. of joy or enthusiasm, ἰή, ἰή, ἰή, Ar.Pax195; esp. used in the cult of Apollo, ἰὴ παιών ib.453, al.;
A.ἰὴ παιῆονCall.Ap.21, 103, Hec.1.1.10; “ἀλαλαὶ ἰὴ παιήωνAr.Lys.1291; cf. ἰέ.
2. of grief, A.Pers.1004, Supp.114, Ag.1485 (all lyr.). (ἵη v.l. in, where it is associated with ἵει, imper. of ἵημι.)
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