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ναστός , ή, όν, (νάσσω)
A.close-pressed, firm, Hp.Gland.16; κάλαμος, i. e. archer's reed, Arundo Plinii, Dsc.1.85; of a tumour, Aët.15.8; “σφυγμόςArchig. ap. Gal.8.931: Comp., Id.ib.509.
2. solid, opp. κενός, Democr. ap. Arist.Fr.208, cf. Ph.1.330, Cael. 295.5.
3. ναστός (sc. πλακοῦς), , well-kneaded cake, esp. used in sacrifice, cheese-cake, Pherecr.108.5, Ar.Av.567, Pl.1142, Metag.6.3.
II. c. gen., filled full of, “πόλις ναστὴ ἀνδρῶνJ.BJ6.9.4.
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