I.a hut, cot, cabin, such as besiegers lived in during long sieges, Il.:—that they were not tents, but wooden huts, appears from Il. 24.448 sq.; and when an army broke up, it burnt them on the spot, Od. 8.501
Ii.a couch or easy chair, Od., Pind.
2.a bed, nuptial bed, Eur.
Iii.a company of people sitting at meals, NTest.
Iv.a reclining or lying, Plut.
Liddell and Scott. An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon. Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1889.
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