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ὄχος 1 ἔχω

I.anything which bears, a carriage, Lat. vehiculum, Hdt., Aesch., etc.; by Hom. in heterocl. neut. pl. ὄχεα, ων, τά, of a single chariot, ἐξ ὀχέων Il.; and in poet. dat. ὄχεσφι, -φιν, id=Il.; later in masc. pl. ἐπ᾽ εὐκύκλοις ὄχοις, of the Scythian waggons, Aesch.
2.τροχαλοὶ ὄχοι ἀπήνης the swift-running bearers of the chariot, i.e. the wheels, Eur.
II.anything which holds, νηῶν ὄχοι steads for ships, harbours, Od.

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