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ἀμύμων [υ_], ον, gen. ονος: dat. pl.
A.ἀμύμωσινEpigr.Gr.451 (Trachonitis), dub. l. in IG14.1424: (cf. μῦμαρ: αἶσχος, ψόγος, Hsch.):— blameless, noble, excellent,οἶκος ὅδ᾽ ἀφνειὸς καὶ .Od.1.232; ἅμα κρατερὸς καὶ . ib. 3.111; in Hom. an honorary epithet or title even of Aegisthus, ib.1.29:—never of gods, for Aesculapius is . as a physician, Il.4.194; of a mortal nymph, 14.144.
II. of things, “ὃς δ᾽ ἂν . αὐτὸς ἔῃ καὶ ἀμύμονα εἰδῇOd.19.332; “θεῶν ὑπ᾽ ἀμύμονι πομπῇIl.6.171; “μῆτις10.19; “ὀρχηθμός13.637; “νῆσοςOd.12.261; “ἕρκος22.442.—Freq. in Hom.; twice in Hes. (Th.264,654); once in Pi.O.10(11).27; not in B. or Trag.; found in Comic parodies, as Hermipp.82.
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