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οὐλόμενος , η, ον, poet. (metri gr.) for ὀλόμενος, aor. part. of ὄλλυμαι, used as a term of abuse,
A.accursed, i.e. one of or to whom the word ὄλοιτο (or ὄλοιο) may be used (opp. ὀνήμενος), Il.14.84; “ἄλοχοςOd.4.92; “μῆνιςIl.1.2; “Ἄτη19.92; “φάρμακονOd.10.394; “γαστήρ15.344; “ΓῆραςHes.Th.225, etc.; “νοῦσοςPi.P.4.293; ἔριδες, ὕβρις, Thgn.390, 1174; “ΝεῖκοςEmp.17.19: used by Trag. in lyr., “στένω σετᾶς οὐ. τύχαςA.Pr.399; “πρὸς ἀδελφῶν οὐλόμεν᾽ αἰκίσματα νεκρῶνE. Ph.1529; also in trim. in unlengthd. form, “ὀλόμενε παίδων, ποῖον εἴρηκας λόγον; Trag.Adesp.2 (= S.Fr.185).
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    • Homer, Odyssey, 4.92
    • Sophocles, Ichneutae, 185
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