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προύνεικος or προύνι_κος ( προυνικός , Hsch.), , (ἤνεικα) who bears burdens out of the market, hired porter, Com.Adesp.333, 1343, Hdn.Gr.2.445, Ael.Dion.Fr.284 (as pr. n., IG3.1100.12, 12 (8).484): Byz., acc. to Poll.7.132; used as a term of abuse, low fellow, Herod. 3.12,65, D.L.4.6; ἀνδράσι π. prob. in Epic. ap. Ath.14.639d: as Adj., lewd, “φιλήματαAP12.209 (Strat.). (Derived fr. πρό, ἐνείκω by Ael. Dion. l.c., cf. AB1415, Phot.; also expld. by “πρό, νεῖκοςEM691.19.)
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