without fire, of pans and tripods, that have not yet been on the fire, fire-new, brand-new, Il.: — without fire, i. e. cold, cheerless, οἶκοςHes.:— ἄπ. χρυσίονunsmelted, Hdt.:— ἄπυραἱερά sacrifices in which no fire was used, Pind.; but in Aesch. sacrifices without fire, i. e. that will not burn, or unoffered, neglected:— ἄπ. ἄρδις an arrow-point not forged in fire, i. e. the sting of the gad-fly, Aesch.
Liddell and Scott. An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon. Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1889.
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