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κεραύν-ιος , α, ον, also ος, ον A.Th.430, E.Ba.594 (anap.):—
A.of a thunderbolt, “βολαίA. l.c.; “φλόξId.Pr.1017; “πέμφιξS.Fr.538; πῦρ, λαμπάδες, E.Tr.80, Ba.244; θάνατος death by the thunderbolt, Call.Aet.3.1.64; “λίθοςheliotrope, PHolm.10.37, Porph.VP17, cf. Plin.HN37.132.
2. thundersmitten, of Semele, S.Ant.1139 (lyr.), E.Ba.6; “Καπανέως κ. δέμαςId.Supp.496; τὰ Κεραύνια the 'thunder-splitten peaks', name of several mountain ridges, Str.6.3.5, etc.
3. κεραύνιος, , kind of bandage, Sor.Fasc.37.
II. = κεραύνειος, [Ζεύς] Arist.Mu.401a17, Milet.1(7).278; applied to Philip, AP6.115 (Antip. <Sid.>).
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