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τρυγάω 1 τρύγη

I.with acc. of the fruit or crop, to gather in, Lat. vindemiare, ἑτέρας [σταφυλὰς] τρυγόωσιν Od.; καρπόν Hdt.:—metaph., τρυγήσομεν αὐτήν (sc. Εἰρήνην) Ar.:—Pass., τετρυγημένοι καθ᾽ ὥραν gathered in due season, Luc.
2.absol., Ar.
II.with acc. of the trees or ground, ὅτε τρυγόῳεν ἀλωήν (epic opt. for τρυγῷεν) when they gathered fruit off the vineyard, Il.
2.proverb., ἐρήμας τρυγᾶν (sc. ἀμπέλους) to strip unwatched vines, i. e. to be bold where there is nothing to fear, Ar.

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