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κυλλ-ός , ή, όν, and bandy-legged, opp. βλαισός, Hp. Art.53, cf. 62; κ. πούς ib.53, Ar.Av.1379.
2. generally, deformed, contracted, “κ. οὖςHp.Art.40; crippled in the arm, “κ. ἠκόντιζεν ἀμείνοναAP11.84 (Lucill.), cf. Ev.Matt.15.30, Gal.UP1.17, al.; ἔμβαλε κυλλῇ (sc. χειρί) put into a crooked hand, i.e. with the fingers crooked like a beggar's, to catch an alms, Ar.Eq.1083, cf. Sch.adloc.
2. of things, crooked, “κ. κυκλάςPLond.3.776.10 (vi A.D.).
II. κυλλά, τά, choliambi, Herod.8.79.
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