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[511] ἤθεα: haunts. Always of brutes, in Homer. Later, it was used of the character of men (‘ethies’), and in Herodotus (vii. 75) of the home of a nation.

νομόν (“νέμω”): pasture. Not to be confounded with “νόμοςlaw, which is not found in Homer.—Obs. the light rhythm.

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