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Ἐνυάλιος [α^], ,
A.the Warlike, in Il. as epith. of the War-god, “Ἄρης δεινὸς Ἐνυάλιος17.211, 20.69: written “ἘνοιάλιοςIG4.717 (Hermione), “ἘνυιάλιοςJRS15.254 (Antioch. Pisid.): abs., as his name, “ἀτάλαντος Ἐνυαλίῳ ἀνδρειφόντῃIl.2.651, 7.166, cf. Archil.1, S.Aj. 179(lyr.), E.Andr.1015 (lyr.), Aen.Tact.24.2; “ξυνὸς .Il.18.309: in later authors, distinct from Ares, Ar.Pax457, cf. Alcm.104; object of a special cult, SIG1014.34(Erythrae), cf. Plu.Sol.9, etc.; Ἐνυαλίῳ ἐλελίζειν, ἀλαλάζειν, X.An.1.8.18, 5.2.14: Ἐνυάλιον, τό, temple of Ἐνυάλιος, Th.4.67.
3. = Lat. Quirinus, Plb.3.25.6, D.H.2.48: hence . λόφος, = Collis Quirinalis, Id.9.60.
II. after Hom. generally (in Opp.C.2.58, ίη, ιον), warlike, furious,ἰωχμόςTheoc.25.279; ἀϋταί Opp.l.c.; epith. of Dionysus, Lyr.Adesp.108. [υ^ Lyr.Adesp. l.c.; elsewh. υ_, prob. metri gr.]
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