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γαυρ-ιάω , mostly pres. Aet. and Med., aor. 1
A.ἐγαυρίασαLXX Ju.9.7:—bear oneself proudly, prance, prop. of horses, “γαυριῶντεςPlu.Lyc.22:—Med., “φυσῶντα καὶ γαυριώμενονX.Eq.10.16; to be splendid, “γαυριῶσαι . . τράπεζαιCratin.301; to be luxuriant, “ γῆ θάλλει καὶ γ.Jul.Or.4.155c; of persons, Phld.Vit. p.27 J., Ph.1.152, al.: c. dat., pride oneself on a thing, “εἰ ταύτῃ [τῇ ἥττῃ] γαυριᾷςD.18.244; so ἐπί σφισι γαυριόωντες (Mcineke -όωντο) Theoc.25.133, cf. Plu.Lyc.30, Palaeph.1.8, Anon.Oxy.220iii3.
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (5):
    • Demosthenes, On the Crown, 244
    • Xenophon, On the Art of Horsemanship, 10.16
    • Old Testament, Judith, 9.7
    • Plutarch, Lycurgus, 22
    • Plutarch, Lycurgus, 30
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