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ῥοιβδ-έω ,
A.move with a whistling or rustling sound, ῥοιβδοῦσα κόλπον αἰγίδος letting the swelling aegis rustle (as she flies), A.Eu.404: intr., of wind, whistle, “ῥοιβδήσας ΕὖροςAP7.636 (Crin.).
II. suck down, of Charybdis, Od.12.106; “κῦμα δ᾽ ἐρροίβδει μέγα σύνεγγυς ἡμῶνEzek.Exag.237, cf. Aristid.Or.46(3).38.
2. cause to gush forth, “ὅταν . . κρηναῖον ἐξ ἄμμοιο-ήση γάνοςLyc.247. (In signf. 11 ῥυβδέω shd. perh. be written, cf. ἀναρροιβδέω; signf. 1 is found also in ἀπορροιβδέω, ἐπιρροιβδέω.)
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    • Aeschylus, Eumenides, 404
    • Homer, Odyssey, 12.106
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