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ὄζω ὄδωδα pf. with pres. sense and and plqpf. as impf smell, whether to smell sweet or to stink, used by Hom. only in 3rd sg. plup.:—c. gen. rei, to smell of a thing, ὄζων τρυγός smelling of wine-lees, Ar.; metaph. to smell or savour of a thing, Lat. sapere aliquid, Κρονίων ὄζων smelling of musty antiquity, id=Ar.
II.impers., ὄζει ἀπ᾽ αὐτῆς ὡσεὶ ἴων there is a smell from it as of violets, Hdt.; ὄζει ἡδὺ τῆς χρόας there is a sweet smell from the skin, Ar.;—so c. dupl. gen., ἱματίων ὀζήσει δεξιότητος there will be an odour of cleverness from your clothes, id=Hdt.

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