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ἀρήν (nom. only in Inscrr., IG1.4, 11.154A11 (Delos, iii B. C.), SIG1027.9 (Cos),
A.ϝαρήνGDI4964.2 (Gortyn)); also ἄρης PGurob. 22.40,42 (iii B.C.), and ἄρνον ib.3, al.; acc. ἄρνα, gen. ἀρνός, dat. ἀρνί, dual. ἄρνε: pl. ἄρνες, ἄρνας, ἀρνῶν, dat. “ἀρνάσιJ.AJ3.8.10, Ep. ἄρνεσσι: —lamb (under a year old, Max.515, Istrosap.Eust.1672.12); “. πρωτογόνωνIl.4.102, etc.; “γαλαθηνῶνCrates Com.1.
III. in pl., stunted ears of wheat, Thphr.HP8.7.5. (Skt. úrā 'sheep', úraṇas 'ram', 'lamb', urabhras 'ram', Arm. ga[rdot ]n 'lamb'; cf. -ϝρην in πολύρρην.
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    • Homer, Iliad, 4.102
    • Homer, Iliad, 3.103
    • Homer, Odyssey, 4.85
    • Flavius Josephus, Jewish Antiquities, 3.8.10
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