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ἐα^ρι^νός , ή, όν, Ep. εἰαρινός (also ἠαρινός h.Cer.401, PPetr.3p.152 (iii B. C.)); in other Poets, ἠρινός :—
A.of spring, εἰαρινὴ ὥρη springtime, Il.16.643, cf. Plb.3.34.6; “εἰαρινὰ ἄνθεαIl.2.89; “πλόος εἰαρινόςHes.Op.678; θάλπος ἐαρινόν the heat of spring, X.Cyr.8.6.22; “ἄνεμος ἠρινόςSol.13.19; “ἠρινὰ φύλλαPi.P.9.46; “λειμῶνος ἠρινοῦ στάχυνE. Supp.448; “. πυλαίαIG9(1).111 (Elatea); “τροπαίPh.2.163; “μῆλα .apricots, PCair.Zen.33.13 (iii B.C.):—neut. as Adv., in spring-time, “μέλισσα λειμῶν᾽ ἠρινὸν διέρχεταιE.Hipp.77 (s.v.l., ἐαρινή Sch.); “γῆ ἠρινὸν θάλλουσαId.Fr.316.3: ἠρινὰ κελαδεῖν, of the swallow, Ar. Pax800 (lyr.). Adv. “ἐαρινῶςHsch. s.v. ἦρις ὡς.
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    • Euripides, Hippolytus, 77
    • Euripides, Suppliants, 448
    • Hesiod, Works and Days, 678
    • Homer, Iliad, 16.643
    • Homeric Hymns, Hymn 2 to Demeter, 401
    • Xenophon, Cyropaedia, 8.6.22
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    • Polybius, Histories, 3.34.6
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