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κλάζω , aor. ἔκλαγξα, perf. part., w. pres. signif., κεκληγώς, pl. κεκλήγοντες: scream, properly of birds, Il. 16.429; then of animals, Od. 14.30; applied also to warriors and to men under other circumstances, Il. 5.591, Od. 12.256, Il. 2.222; to things, as arrows, the wind, etc., Il. 1.46, Il. 17.88, Od. 12.408. The verb may be translated according to the context in the several passages, but its original and proper application shows its force. Cf. κλαγγή.
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