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Ὠγύγιος [υ^], α, ον, A. Th.321 (lyr.), but in Trag. mostly ος, ον:—
A.Ogygian, of or from Ogyges, a mythical king of Attica: hence generally, primeval, primal,Στυγὸς ὕδωρHes.Th.806; “. πῦρEmp. 84.7; “Φλιοῦντος ὑπ᾽ ὠγυγίοις ὄρεσινPi.N.6.44 (ὠγυγίοι᾽ Bgk.); “τὰς . ΘήβαςA.Pers.37 (anap.), cf. S.OC1770 (anap.); “τὰς . ἈθάναςA.Pers.975 (lyr.), cf. Th.l.c.; “γᾶς ὑπο κεύθεσιν .Id.Eu.1036 (lyr.); “σὲ . . τόδ᾽ ἐλήλυθεν πᾶν κράτος ὠγύγιονfrom earliest ages, S.Ph.142 (lyr.).
2. gigantic, Hld.10.25.
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