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ἔμ-πεδος (πέδον): firmly standing or footed, Od. 23.203, Il. 13.512; firm, immovable, unshaken, Il. 12.9, 12; so of the mind, βίη, μένος, φρένες, ‘unimpaired,’ Od. 10.493 ; ἔμπεδος οὐδ᾽ ἀεσίφρων (Πρίαμος), Il. 20.183; ‘sure,’ ‘certain,’ Od. 19.250, Od. 8.30; of time, ‘lasting,’ ‘constant,’ Il. 8.521, Od. 8.453; and metaph., ἦτορ, φρένες, Ζ 352, Od. 18.215.—Neut. ἔμπεδον as adv., with the same meanings, στηρίξαι firmly, Od. 12.434 ; μένειν, without leaving the spot, Il. 5.527 ; θέειν, ‘constantly,’ Il. 13.141, Od. 13.86.
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