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κόπ-ος , , (κόπτω)
A.striking, beating, ὀξύχειρι σὺν κόπῳ (Pauw for κτύπῳ) A.Ch.23 (lyr.); στέρνων κόπους (Seidler for κτύπους) E.Tr.794 (anap.); = κοπανισμός, Hsch.
II. toil and trouble, suffering, A. Supp.210 (pl.); “ἀνδροδάϊκτος κόποςId.Fr.132ap.Ar.Ra.1265; pain of a disease, S.Ph.880; κόπους παρέχειν τινί to give trouble, Ev.Matt.26.10, al., PTeb.21.10 (ii B. C.), BGU844.10 (i A. D.); “κόπον ἔχεινPhld. Mus.p.62 K.; “πάντα κ. ἀναδεξάμενοςSIG761B6 (Delph., i B. C.).
3. work, exertion, “καμάραν ἀφ᾽ ἱδίων κόπων ἐποίησενIG12(7).384 (Amorgos), cf. BGU884.10 (i A. D.); κόπῳ κόπον λύειν prov. in Orib.Eup. 1.2.8.
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