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λεχώ , όος, contr. οῦς, Cyrenaic gen.
A.λεχόςBerl.Sitzb.1927.166, dat. λεχοῖ ib.158, IG5(1).713, al. (Sparta), “λεκχοῖSchwyzer323 D13 (Delph., v/iv B.C.): : (λέχος):—woman in childbed or one who has just given birth, E.El.652, 654, 1108, A Ec.530, Sor.1.77, etc.; of an animal, Opp.C.3.208: pl. “λεχοίOrph.H.2.10; acc. pl. λεχούς Sch. A.R.2.1010 (cod. Par.).
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    • Euripides, Electra, 1108
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