ἰύζων: “ἰύ”, a shrill sound, expressed astonishment or anguish: Aeëtes uses it in his ‘inarticulate’ vexation (“ἴυξεν δ᾽ ἀφωνήτῳ περ ἔμπας ἄχει”: Pind. P.4. 237).
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