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να_ός , , Dor., Thess., etc. form, Leg.Gort.1.42, IG9(2).517.45 (Larissa, iii B.C.), etc., used also in Trag. (even dialogue) to the exclusion of νεώς, S.El.8, E.Hipp.31, al., exc. A.Pers.810, rare in Att. Prose and Com., Pl.R.394a, Lg.738c, 814b, Arist.EN1174a24, Posidipp. 29.1, more freq. in X., HG2.3.20, An.5.3.9, al., found in Att. Inscrr.from iii B.C., IG22.1314.18, 1315.28, etc., and in Hellenistic and later Gr. (along with νεώς), SIG277 (Priene, iv B.C.), 214 (Phanagoria, iv B.C.), 494.3 (Delph., iii B.C.), LXX 1 Ki.1.9, al. (νεώς only in
A.2 Ma.), UPZ6.22 (ii B.C.), Plb.9.30.2 (“νεώςPlb. 10.4.4), etc.; Ion.νηός , always in Hom. and Hdt. (v. infr.), but gen. νε[ώ] IG12(7).1.4 (Amorgos, v B.C.); dat. “νειῴMichel832.38 (Samos, iv B.C.); Att. νεώς (Attic Inscrr. of v-iii B.C. (v. infr.), once in Trag. (v. supr.), freq. in Prose authors and found in Com. (v. infr.)); declension, nom. “νεώςX.HG 1.6.1; gen. “νεώIG12.4.9,80.6, Ar.Pl.733, IG22.1524.45, SIG1219.32 (Gambreum, iii B.C.); dat. “νεῴIG12.6.122, 256.4, Antipho6.39, Alex.40.3, IG22.1504.7; acc. νεών ib.12.24.13, al., X.HG6.5.9, Ar. Nu.401, Pl.741, Philem.139, f.l. in E.HF340, later “νεώIG22.212.35 (iv B.C.), al., LXX 2 Ma.6.2, al., D.S.16.58 (v.l. νεών), SIG877A10 (ii/ iii A.D.), v.l. in D.H.4.26, but “νεώνAristid.Or.27(16).19 (v.l. νεώ), Ach.Tat.3.6 (v.l. νεώ Bast Epist.Crit.p.176), etc.: pl. nom. “νεῴX. HG6.4.7; acc. “νεώςA.Pers.810, Isoc.5.117, Plb.10.4.4; dat. “νεῴςIG12.384; on the accent v. Hdn.Gr.1.8: Aeol. ναῦος Alc.9, IG12 (2).60.27 (Mytil.); Spartan ναϝός ib.5(1).1564 (pl., found at Delos, v/iv B.C.):—temple, Il.1.39, al., Pi.O.13.21 (pl.), etc.
II. inmost part of a temple, shrine containing the image of the god, Hdt.1.183, 6.19, X.Ap.15, UPZl.c.; “ἐν παντὶ ἱερῷ ὅπου ναός ἐστιPGnom.79 (ii A.D.).
III. portable shrine carried in processions, Hdt.2.63, D.S.1.15, etc.
IV. metaph., of Christians, “ν. θεοῦ ἐστε1 Ep.Cor. 3.16; of the body of Christ, Ev.Jo.2.19,21. [να^όν and “να^ῶOrph.Fr. 32biv (Phaestus, ii B.C.); elsewh. α_.] (Perh. fr. να^σ-ϝός, cf. ναίω.)
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