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λείψα^νον , τό, (λείπω)
A.piece left, remnant, “ἈργοῦςE.Med.1387: metaph., of a man, λ. φίλων, Φρυγῶν, Id.El.554, Tr.716; “τὸ νῦν αὐτῆς [τῆς γῆς] λ.Pl.Criti.110e, cf. 111a; “δάκρυα . . στοργᾶς λείψανονAP7.476 (Mel.); μειδιάματος λ. traces of a smile, Rev.Phil.1.230.
2. freq. in pl., remains of the dead, “λείψαν᾽ ἐκβάλλειν κυσίνE.Fr.469; “λείψανα θανόντοςS.El.1113; “τὰ λ. τοῦ σώματοςPl.Phd. 86c; βωμὸς λ. φωτὸς ἔχει CIG (add.) 4079b (Ancyra), al.; but λ. τῶν ἀγαθῶν ἀνδρῶν their deeds, good name, etc., E.Andr.774 (lyr.); remnants of youth, Ar.V.1066 (lyr.); λ. τῶν Ἰλιακῶν παθημάτων sequels to . . , Longin.9.12.
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