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ἔκφορ-ος , ον,
A.exportable, f.l. for ἐκφορά, Ar.Pl.1138.
3. carried astray, Plu.2.424a; ἵππος . a runaway horse, Gal.5.510.
4. ἔκφορα, τά, produce of the earth, Antipho Soph.60.
II. Act., carrying out:—in A.Eu.910 τῶν δυσσεβούντων ἐκφορωτέρα is not, more ready to carry them out to burial (v. “ἐκφορά1), but rather, more ready to weed them out, as a gardener does noxious plants (ἀνδρὸς φιτυποίμενος δίκην, in next line).
2. blabbing, betraying secrets, Ar.Th.472.
3. = εὐέκφορος (quod fort. leg.), “γυναῖκεςArist.Fr.283.
4. expressive, “κίνησις . τινοςChrysipp.Stoic.3.112.
III. as Subst., ἔκφοροι, οἱ, reefing-ropes,= τέρθριοι, Sch.Ar.Eq.438, Phot. s.v. ἡνιόχους.
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