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ἠχ-έω , Aeol.and Dor. ἀχέω [α_]:
2. suffer from noises in the ears, Herod.Med. ap. Orib.10.40.3.
II. c. acc. cogn., ἀχεῖν ἰαχεῖν codd.) ὕμνον to let it sound, A.Th.869 (lyr.); “κωκυτόνS.Tr.866; “γόουςId.Fr.523; “ὕμνουςE.Ion883 (lyr.); χαλκέον ἄχει sound the cymbal! Theoc.2.36; ἐφεξῆς ἠχοῦντα αὐτά (sc. τὰ φωνήεντα) Demetr.Eloc.71: —Med., ἀχεῖσθαί τινα to sound his praises, dub. in Pi.Fr.75.19:— Pass., ἠχεῖται κτύπος a sound is made, S.OC1500. (Cf. sq.)
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