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glaucōpis , ĭdis, f., = γλαυκῶπις (gray-eyed, an epithet of Minerva),
I.the owl: “si meus aurita gaudet glaucopide Flaccus,Mart. 7, 87 dub. (ex conject. Scalig., al. lagopode; v. lagopus).
1.glaucus , a, um, adj., = γλαυκός, bright, sparkling, gleaming, grayish (poet. and in post-Aug. prose; cf.: “caeruleus, caesius): undae,Lucr. 1, 719; “so of water: amictus (Nymphae),Verg. A. 12, 885; cf.: “amictus (dei Tiberini),id. ib. 8, 33: “sorores,” i. e. the Nereides, Stat. Th. 9, 351: “ulva,Verg. A. 6, 416: “salix,id. G. 4, 182; cf.: “frons (salictorum),id. ib. 2, 13: “equus,id. ib. 3, 82: “oculi,Plin. 8, 21, 30, § 75; 11, 37, 53, § 141 sq.—Transf.: “glauca uxor, i. e. with gleaming eyes,Amm. 15, 12, 1.
2.glaucus , i, m., = γλαῦκος, a bluish-colored fish, otherwise unknown, Plin. 9, 16, 25, § 58 al.
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