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θα^νάσι^μος [να^], ον, θάνατος)
A.deadly, fatal, Hp.Aph.2.1, Pl.R.610e, etc.; “τύχαιA.Ag.1276; “πέσημαS.Aj.1033; “χείρωμαId.OT560; “πέπλοςId.Tr.758; “φάρμακαE.Ion616, Ph.Bel.103.31, cf. Metrod.53, etc.; θηρία θ., of poisonous reptiles, Plb.1.56.4: θανάσιμα, τά, poisons, Ev.Marc. 16.18, Dsc.4.108, Gal.14.154. Adv. -μως, τύπτειν to strike with deadly blow, Antipho 4.3.4: neut. pl. as Adv., “ἀσπίδες -μα δάκνουσαιD.S.1.87.
2. belonging to death, θ. αἷμα the life-blood, A. Ag.1019 (lyr.); μέλψασα θ. γόον having sung her death-song, ib.1445; “θ. ἐκπνοαίE.Hipp.1438.
II. of persons, near death, S.Ph.819; “θ. ἤδη ὄνταPl.R.408b; liable to the death-penalty, Abh.Berl.Akad. 1925(5).21 (Cyrene).
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