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ἠιόεις , εσσα: doubtful word, with changing banks, Il. 5.36†. (The above interpretation assumes a derivation from ἠιών, some rivers like the Scamander, in warm countries, with their sources in neighboring mountains, have in consequence of rains a broad rugged bed out of proportion to the ordinary size of the stream, and banks ragged and often high.)
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