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σταλαγ-μός , ,
A.dropping, dripping, from the mouth of horses and hunted animals, A.Th.61, Eu.247, cf.783 (lyr.); “φόνουE.Hec.241 (pl.); “αἵματοςId.Ion 351,1003 (pl.); of a profuse sweat, Hp.Aph.7.85, cf. Gal.19.140; “ ς. κατατρίβει τοὺς λίθουςArist.Ph.253b15; κίονες πεπήγασιν ἀπό τινων ς., of stalactites, Id.Mir.834b32; also “σμύρνηςS.Fr.370 (pl.): metaph., ς. εἰρήνης the least drop of . . , Ar.Ach.1033; τύχης ς. Diog.Sinop.2; contemptuously of a little man, Anaxandr.34.3. (σταλαγμούς is unmetrical in Arat.966: σταλαημούς cj. Koechly, cf. σταλεηδόνες.)
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