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πῶλος , and ,
2. any young animal: of the elephant, Arist.HA610a33; camel, ib.630b34; κάμηλος π. BGU768.2 (ii A.D.); of the dog, AP12.238 (Strat.); ass, Ev.Marc.11.2; ὄνοι π. PLille 8.9 (iii B.C.); pullet, Alex.Trall.5.6; “πῶλοι βουβαλίδωνAel.NA7.47.
3. in Poets, in fem., young girl, maiden, Anacr.75.1, E.Hec. 142 (anap.); “πῶλον ἄζυγα λέκτρωνId.Hipp.546 (lyr.), cf. Fr.781.21 (lyr.), Cratin.87, Epicr.9; “κακῆς γυναικὸς πῶλονE.Andr.621: less freq. masc., young man, Id.Rh.386 (anap.), Ph.947; “ἀνδρὸς φίλου πῶλον . . ζυγέντ᾽ ἐν ἅρμασιν πημάτωνA.Ch.794 (lyr.).
II. a Corinthian coin, from the figure of Pegasus upon it, E.Fr.675, cf. Poll.9.76.
III. ἱερὸς π. Ἴσιδος, title of priest in Egypt, OGI739.8 (ii B.C.), PGrenf.2.20.5 (ii B.C.), PRein.10.5, al. (ii B.C.); π. alone, of a priest of Demeter and Persephone, IG5(1).1444 (Messene, iv/iii B.C.).
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