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κα^ρηβα^ρ-έω , be heavy in the head, drowsy, τὴν κεφαλὴν κ. Arist. PA653a14; [ἰχθύδια] κ. ὑπὸ τοῦ ψόφου bewildered, Id.HA534a4; stagger as one drunken, Ph.2.123; “τῷ σώματι κ. καὶ σφάλλεσθαιPlu.Art. 11, cf. Ant.85, Q.S.6.266; to be top-heavy, of a spindle charged with yarn, AP6.160 (Antip. Sid.); μῆλα -έοντα κορύμβοις ib.5.257 (Paul. Sil.); have a headache, “ναυτιῶντα καὶ -οῦντα ὑπὸ τοῦ σάλουLuc.Herm. 28:—also κα^ρηβα^ρ-άω Pherecr.218 (καραι- codd. Eust.), Thphr.Od.46 (but “-βαρεῖνHP9.8.6), v.l. in Luc.Lex.13; and κα^ρηβα^ρ-ιάω v.l. in Ar.Fr.792, prob. l. in Telecl.44, cf. Sch.Opp.H.3.368:—the form κα^ρηβοάω , = ἰλιγγιάω is quoted by Ael.Dion.Fr.221, and καρηβορᾶν, καρυβοᾶν are vv.ll. in Ar.l.c.
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