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μηκ-άομαι , pres. only late, Procop. Goth.2.17, cf. Phryn.PSp.59 B., Sch.Od.9.124: poet. aor. part. μα^κών (v. infr.): pf. part. μεμηκώς; fem. μεμα^κυῖα: impf., formed from pf.,
A.ἐμέμηκονOd.9.439:—bleat, of sheep, “μυρίαι ἑστήκασιν . . , ἀζηχὲς μεμακυῖαιIl.4.435; “θήλειαι δ᾽ ἐμέμηκον ἀνήμελκτοι περὶ σηκούςOd.9.439 (used by Hom. of goats only in the Subst. μηκάς); of a hunted fawn or hare, scream, shriek, “ δέ τε προθέῃσι μεμηκώςIl.10.362: part. μακών only in the phrase, κὰδ δ᾽ ἔπεσ᾽ ἐν κονίῃσι μακών fell shrieking to earth, of a wounded horse, stag, or boar, 16.469, Od. 10.163, 19.454; of a man, 18.98.—Onomatopoeic word.
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