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ὀδάξ , Adv. biting with the teeth, . ἕλον οὖδας, of men in the agonies of death, Il.11.749, etc. ; so “. λαζοίατο γαῖαν2.418 ; “γαῖαν . ἑλόντεςE.Ph.1423 ; also . ἐν χείλεσι φύντες biting the lips in smothered rage, Od.1.381 : so in Com., “ἀποδάκνειν .Cratin.164 ; “διατρώξομαι . τὸ δίκτυονAr.V.164 ; . ἔχεσθαι ib.943 ; “λαβέσθαιId.Pl.690:— if κυνὸς ἄγριον ὀδάξ be correct in Diog.Cyn. ap. D.L.6.79, ὀδάξ must be taken either as tooth or as bite.
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    • Euripides, Phoenician Women, 1423
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