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ποτα?́μ-ιος , α, ον, also ος, ον E.El.309, but cf. 56:—
A.of or from a river,ὄχθαιA.Th.392; “ποτάS.Fr.659.5; δρόσος, ὕδατα, χεύματα, ῥεῖθρα, E.Hipp.127 (lyr.), Alc.159, Hel.1304 (lyr.), El. 152 (lyr.), 794; “κύκνοςId.Rh.618; “οἱ ἵπποι οἱ π.Hdt.2.71, cf. Arist. HA502a9; “ π. χοῖροςId.Fr.300; τὰ π. (sc. ζῷα), opp. τὰ θαλάττια, etc., Id.HA487a27; of plants, Thphr.HP4.10.1; “ναῦςJul.Or.1.22a; “ναῦταιPGiss.40 ii 18 (iii A. D.).
2. of cities, on a river, Pi.P.6.6; ποταμία (sc. χώρα) Str.11.3.2, al.
3. epith. of Artemis, from the connexion of her worship with that of rivers, Pi.P.2.7; “π. θεοίArtem.2.34.
4. Ποτάμιος (sc. μήν), , month at Chalcedon, GD1 3053.
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