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φάραγξ [α^], αγγος, ,
A.cleft, chasm, esp. in a mountain side, ravine, gully, Alcm.60.1 (pl.); “φ. πρὸς δυσχειμέρῳA.Pr.15, cf. 142 (anap.), al., E.IT277, X.HG7.2.13, Thphr.HP9.5.2 (pl.), Schwyzer 289.161 (Priene, ii B. C.), etc.; “πᾶσα φ. πληρωθήσεταιLXX Is.40.4; “πάντας . . ἐς φάραγγα ἐσέβαλονTh.2.67; “ἐν πύλαισι γὰρ σταθεὶς φάραγγοςof the cave, E.Cyc.668; φάραγγα δακτύλου πιάσματι σύρει, of shaping a roll before it is baked, Eub.75.11:—metaph., of Cleon, “φάραγγα καὶ Χάρυβδιν ἁρπαγῆςAr.Eq.248 (troch.).
II. metaph., of the anus, Sotad.2.2.
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