2.of the skin, white, fair, Hom., Trag.; with a notion of bare, πούςEur., cf. λευκόπους:—later, as a mark of effeminacy, blanched, white, pale, Ar., Xen.:— λευκαὶφρένες in Pind. may be pale with envy, envious.
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