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Μύκονος [υ^], , Myconus, one of the Cyclades, Hdt.6.118, etc.; the people were said to be all bald, Lucil.1211, Str.10.5.9: whence (acc. to Ter.Hec.440) the proverb μία Μύκονος ''s all one, all alike', Plu.2.616b, Them.Or.21.250c, Zen.5.17 (with a different expl.), prob. cj. in Luc.DMort.1.3; “πάνθ᾽ ὑπὸ μίαν ΜύκονονStr. l.c. (with a third expl., cf. D.P.525): Adj. Μυ^κόνιος , α, ον, prov. M. γείτων, of a bad neighbour, Zen.5.21 (Μηκώνιος codd., “ΜυκώνιοςPhot., Suid.), cf. Cratin.328, Com.Adesp.439; also “ λεγομένη Μυκόνιος ἀγροικίαJul.Mis.349d.
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (4):
    • Herodotus, Histories, 6.118
    • Strabo, Geography, 10.5.9
    • Lucian, Dialogi mortuorum, 1.3
    • Julian the Emperor, Misopogon, 349d
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