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λᾶας , (also , AP7.491 (Mnasalc.), Nic.Th.45), acc. λᾶαν
A.λᾶαCall.Fr.104), gen. and dat. λᾶος, λᾶι: dual λᾶε: pl. λᾶες APl. c., gen. λάων, dat. λάεσι, Ep. λάεσσι, all which forms occur in Hom., exc. λάεσι, which appears in Epigr.Gr.455.2 (Bostra), IG14.499 (Catana): —also masc. λᾶος , λᾶο (sic) “ὅδεInscr.Cypr.93 H.; acc. λᾶον Puchstein Epigr.Gr.p.76 (Memphis), Riv.Fil.56.224 (Cyrene); gen. “λάουS.OC196 (lyr.) codd. (cf. Hdn.Gr.1.109), Leg.Gort.10.36; acc. pl. “λάουςHes.Fr.115, Simon. ap. Sch.Il.Oxy.1087.40; dat. λάϋς ( = λάοις) Corinn. Supp.1.33 (fem.), cf. Virg. G.1.63:—poet. Noun (also in dialects, v. supr.), stone, esp. of stones thrown by warriors, “ὅσον τ᾽ ἐπὶ λᾶαν ἵησινIl.3.12, cf. 7.268, al.; λ. ἀναιδής, of the stone of Sisyphus, Od.11.598; ὅς μιν λᾶαν θῆκε turned her into stone, 13.163, cf. Il. 2.319.
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