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θυ^γάτηρ [α^], , gen. θυγα^τέρος contr. θυγατρός; dat. θυγα^τέρι, θυγατρί; acc. θυγα^τέρα Ep.
A.θύγατραIl.1.13; voc. θύγα^τερ: nom. pl. θυγατέρες, Ep. and lyr. “θύγατρες9.144, Sapph.Supp.20a.16: gen. pl. “-τέρωνIG22.832.19, Pl.R.461c, poet. -τρῶν: dat. pl. -τράσι Ep. “-τέρεσσιIl.15.197; both sets of forms are found in poetry, θυγατρός, -τρί, -τράσι are used in Prose:—daughter, Il.9.148,290, Od.4.4, etc.; θύγατρες ἵππων, of mules, Simon.7; θ. ταύρων, of bees, Philo Tars. ap. Gal.13.269: metaph., Μοισᾶν θυγατέρες, of Odes, Pi.N.4.3; πλάστιγξ χαλκοῦ θ. Critias 1.9D.; θ. Σειληνοῦ, of the vine, Jul. Caes.25; ψήφου συμβολικῆς θ., of a λάγυνος, AP6.248 (Marc. Arg.); of villages dependent on a city, LXXJd.1.27, 1 Ma.5.8.
II. later, maidservant, slave, Phalar.Ep.142.3. [υ_ in Ep. in the longer forms, metri gr.] (Cf. Skt. duhitár-, Engl. daughter, etc.)
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