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πλοῦτος , ,
II. masc. pr. n. Plutus, god of riches, Hes.Th.969; represented as blind, Timocr.8; “ δὲ Π. ἡμᾶς . . τυφλοὺς ποιεῖAntiph.259:—Hsch. s.v. εὔπλουτον says that π. originally meant wealth in corn. (Prob. from πλέω in an early sense '*flow', '*abound', as φόρτος from φέρω.
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