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λαμπρός 1 λάμπω

I.bright, brilliant, radiant, of the sun and stars, the eyes, etc., Il., attic
2.of white objects, bright, Od., Hdt.
3.of water, bright, limpid, Aesch., etc.; of the air, Eur.
4.of the voice, clear, sonorous, distinct, Lat. clarus, Dem.; so, λαμπρὰ κηρύσσειν Eur.
5.metaph. of vigorous action, λ. ἄνεμος a fresh keen wind, Hdt.; λ. καὶ μέγας καθιείς swooping down like a fresh and mighty breeze, Ar.; λαμπρὸς φανήσεται he will come vigorously forth, Eur.:—so adv., λαμπρῶς vigorously, Thuc.
6.metaph. also, clear, manifest, decisive, Aesch., Thuc.: —so adv., λαμπρῶς κοὐδὲν αἰνικτηρίως Aesch.; λελυμένων λ. τῶν σπονδῶν Thuc.; λαμπρῶς ἐλέγετο it was said without concealment, id=Thuc.
II.of persons, well-known, illustrious, Hdt., Dem.: also magnificent, munificent, Lat. splendidus, clarus, Dem., etc.
2.bright, joyous, Soph.
III.of outward appearance, splendid, brilliant, Xen.; of youthful bloom, Thuc.: —so of dress, etc., Ar., etc.:—adv., λαμπρότατα most splendidly, Xen.

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