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κνώδαλ-ον , τό, any
A.wild creature, Od.17.317; “κνώδαλ᾽ ὅσ᾽ ἤπειρος πολλὰ τρέφει ἠδὲ θάλασσαHes.Th.582; but also, of an ox or ass, h.Merc.188; of beasts generally, “κνωδάλων τε καὶ βροτῶνA.Ch.601 (lyr.); κ. πτεροῦντα καὶ πεδοστιβῆ, of birds and beasts, Id.Supp.1000; κ. βροτοφθόρων ib.264; of sea-monsters, “κνώδαλ᾽ ἐν βένθεσι πορφυρέας ἁλόςAlcm.60.5, cf. A. Ch.587 (lyr.); “ἔζευξα πρῶτος ἐν ζυγοῖσι κνώδαλαId.Pr.462; ἀνημέρωσα κνωδάλων ὁδόν (sc. Theseus) S.Fr.905, cf. Tr.716; of boars, lions, E. Supp.146; asses, Pi.P.10.36; serpents, Id.N.1.50, Nic.Th.98, Pl. Ax.365c; “κώνωπες νυκτὸς κ. διπτέρυγαAP5.150 (Mel.); of persons, as a term of reproach, “ παντομισῆ κ.A.Eu.644: Com., brutes, beasts, “τρία κ. ἀναιδῆCratin.233, cf. Ar.Lys.477; also ἁβρὰ Μουσᾶν κ. dainty prey of the Muses, Cerc.7.9.
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