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ζωός (without ι, cf. Schwyzer 436.2 (Crimisa, v/iv B.C.), Cret. δωός Leg.Gort.3.41, Cypr. pr. n.
A.ΖωϝόθεμιςSchwyzer684 (v B.C.)), ή, όν, (ζῶ) alive, living, Pi.P.4.209, Hdt.2.70, etc.; “οὐ . . ζωοῦ οὐδὲ θανόντοςOd.17.115; ζωὸν ἑλεῖν τινα to take prisoner, Il.6.38; “ζωὸν λαβεῖνX. HG1.2.5; cf. ζωγρέω: metaph., “ζωὸν δὲ φθιμένων . . κλέοςA.Eleg.3. —Also ζώς Il.5.887, 16.445, Hdt.1.194, JRS15.145,148 (Cotiaeum) (“ζῶςPtol.Ascal., ζώς Hdn.Gr.2.53; on the other cases, ib.712); ζοός Archil.63, Epich.189, Berl.Sitzb.1927.161 (Cyrene), Theoc.2.5 (ζόος in Epich. l.c., Hdn.Gr.2.947).
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