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[763] πεπληγυῖα: equiv. to “πλήσσουσα”. cf. Odysseus's words to Thersites, “αὐτὸν δὲ κλαίοντα θοὰς ἐπὶ νῆας ἀφήσῳ πεπληγὼς ἀγορῆθεν Β” 263 f. See on “κεκληγώς” 591.

ἐξα_ποδίωμαι: drive away (“ἀπό”) out of (“ἐξ”). — For the length of the second syllable, cf. “α?πονέεσθαι” 716.

764 = 1.560.

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