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κοκκύζω , Dor. κοκκυγ-ύσδω Theoc.7.124: pf.
A.κεκόκκυ^καAr.Ec.31: (κόκκυ): —cry cuckoo, Hes.Op.486; also of the cock, crow, Cratin.311, Pl.Com.209, Diph.65, Hyp.Fr.262S.; “Μοισᾶν ὄρνιχες ποτὶ Χῖον ἀοιδὸν ἀντία κοκκύζοντεςTheoc.7.48, cf. Arist.HA631b9, Poll.5.89.
II. cry like a cuckoo or cock, give a signal by such cry, Ar.Ra.1380, Ec.31.
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    • Aristophanes, Ecclesiazusae, 31
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