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ὄχος , , (ϝέχω)
A.carriage, used by Hom. in heterocl. neut. pl. ὄχεα, τά, even of a single chariot, “ἐξ ὀχέωνIl.4.419, etc. (so Pi.O.4.13, P.9.11); and in poet. dat. “ὄχεσφι, -φιν, σὺν ἵπποισιν καὶ ὄχεσφιIl.4.297, cf. 5.28, 107, etc.: later also in masc. pl., “ἐπὶ χρυσέοισιν ὄχοισινh.Cer. 19; ἐπ᾽ εὐκύκλοις ὄχοις, of the Scythian wagons, A.Pr.710, cf. E. Andr.1019 (lyr.), Supp.676, al.: also in sg., Pi.O.6.24 (in poet. form ὄκχος᾿ , A.Ag.1070, Hdt.8.124, Critias 2.3: periphr., ἁρμάτων ὄχος or ὄχοι, = ὄχημα, E.Hipp.1166, IT370, Ph.1190; . ταχυήρης, of a ship, A.Supp.32 (anap.).
2. τρόχαλοι ὄχοι the swift or round bearers of the chariot, i.e. the wheels, E.IA146 (anap.).
II. anything which holds, λιμένες νηῶν ὄχοι roadsteads for ships, harbours, Od.5.404, Orph.A.1200.
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