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νᾶμα , ατος, τό, (νάω)
A.anything flowing, running water, stream, spring, ν. Μναμοσύνας cj. in Simon.45, cf. A.Pr.806, S.Ant.1130 (lyr.); “Κασταλίδος νάματαPae.Delph.1.6; “δακρύων θερμὰ ν.S.Tr.919; “νάματ᾽ ὄσσωνE.HF625; “ν. πυρόςId.Med.1187; “ν. ΒάκχιονAr.Ec.14; “μὰ νάματαAntiph.296 ( = Timocl.38); ν. θυγατέρων ταύρων, i.e. honey, Ph. Tars. ap. Gal.13.269; φλέγματος, χολῆς ν., Philostr.Gym.42: freq. in Pl., as “κρηνῶν καὶ ποταμῶν νάματαCriti.111d: metaph., “λόγων ν.Ti.75e.
2. wooden conduit, Hsch.
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