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λα^πα^ρ-ός , ά, όν,
A.slack, loose, τὸ λ. τῆς πλευρῆς, = λαπάρα, Hp.Art. 50; of the bowels, Id.Prog.11; λαπαρὸς εἰλεός, Id.Epid.2.6.26, Orib. 8.28.5; λ. γίνεσθαι have the bowels opened, Arist.Pr.935b28; “ἵππος λ. ὢν ἀλγεῖId.HA604b16 (nisi leg. λαπάρας ἀνέλκει); of a dislocated joint, “ὄπισθεν λαπαρόν, ἔμπροσθεν ἐξέχονHp.Mochl.24; hollow, of a cushion, “μέσον κατὰ μῆκος ποιήσαντα λαπαρόνId.Fract.16; πλευρέων ὀδύναι λαπαραί, perh. slight, Id.Epid.6.3.18 (so perh. λ. εἰλεός above). Adv. -ρῶς, ὑποχονδρίου ἔντασις λαπαρῶς, i.e. without swelling, ib. 3.1.β́ (opp. μετ᾽ ὄγκου acc. to loc.).
II. lewd, lecherous, Hsch.
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    • Hippocrates, De articulis, 50
    • Hippocrates, De morbis popularibus, 3.1
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