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Pimplēis (Piplēis ), ĭdis and ĭdos,
I.adj. f., = Πιμπληϊς, of or belonging to Pimpla (a place and fountain in Pieria sacred to the Muses, now Litokhoro), Pimplean; hence, as subst.,
I. The territory around Pimpla: “si riguam laetis recolis Pimpleida Musis,” i. e. if you devote yourself to the Muses, compose poetry, Aus. Ep. 14, 9.—
II. (Sc. Musa.) A Muse: “Musae ab terrestribus locis aliis cognominatae Libethrides, Pimpleides, Thespiades, Heliconides,Varr. L. L. 7, § 20 Müll.: Pimpleides Musae a fonte Macedoniae dictae propter liquoris ejus unicam subtilitatem, Paul. ex Fest. p. 212 Müll.; Mart. 11, 3, 1.
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