νεκταρέου: used like “ἀμβρόσιος” as divine, heavenly, of charming grace and beauty. cf. Achilles's “νεκτάρεος χιτών, Σ” 25, Artemis's “ἀμβρόσιος ἑανός Φ 507. — ἑανοῦ”: always of a woman's garment. Distinguish from this the adj. “ἑα_νός. — ἐτίναξε”: plucked.
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