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φροῦδος 1 contr. from πρὸ ὁδοῦ, as φροίμιον from προοίμιον

I.gone away, clean gone, (as Hom. says πρὸ ὁδοῦ ἐγένοντο):
1.of persons, gone, fled, departed, Soph., etc.; c. part., φροῦδοί [εἰσι] διώκοντές σε they are gone in pursuit, id=Soph.; of the dead, φρ. αὐτὸς εἶ θανών thou art dead and gone, id=Soph., Eur.
2.undone, ruined, helpless, Eur.
II.of things, gone, vanished, Soph., Eur.; φρούδη μὲν αὐδή, φροῦδα δ᾽ ἄρθρα they are gone, i. e. refuse their office, Eur.

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