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πυ^ρώδης , ες,
A.= πυροειδής, like fire, fiery, “ὄμματαEmp. ap. Arist.GA 779b15; “Διὸς ἀστεροπαίAr.Av.1746 (anap.); “μαρμαρυγαίPl.Criti.116c; ἀρχὴ π. Arist.Mete.344a17; ἀναθυμίασις ξηρὰ καὶ π. ib.372b33; “στεφάνηParm. ap. Placit.2.7.1; “χωρίονPh.1.39: Sup., “-εστάτη αὐγήJ.BJ5.5.6; τὸ π. fiery or hot substance, Parm.l.c., Arist.MA703a24, Plu.2.19f, etc.: metaph., “π. λόγοςPh.1.144; τὸ π. fiery nature, of Achilles, Ath.14.624a. Adv. -δῶς v.l. for πυροειδῶς in Diog.Apoll. ap. Placit.2.13.9: neut. as Adv., “πυρῶδες ὑποβλέπεινPoll.5.79.
II. flamelike, bright, Arist.Mete.342b8, de An.419a3; “ἐρύθημαPlu.Demetr. 38.
III. Medic., inflamed, betokening inflammation, “ἕλκοςHp. Fract.25 (v.l. πυρετῶδες): metaph., ἔνθερμος ψυχὴ γενομένη καὶ π. Plu.2.432e.
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (5):
    • Aristophanes, Birds, 1746
    • Flavius Josephus, The Jewish War, 5.5.6
    • Plato, Critias, 116c
    • Hippocrates, De fracturis, 25
    • Plutarch, Demetrius, 38
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