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στρόφ-ιγξ , ιγγος, , EM446.31): (στρέφω):—
A.pivot, axle or pin on which a body turns, E.Ph.1126.
2. pl., pivots working in sockets, at top and bottom of a door, Thphr.HP5.5.4, al., PCair.Zen. 782a).7(iii B.C.), Plu.Rom.23, Gal.UP1.15.
3. metaph., γλώττης ς., of a well-hung tongue, Ar.Ra.892; of the vertebrae, Pherecr. 236, Pl.Ti.74a, 74b.
4. νύμφη ἐν τῷ ς., dub. sens. in AJA30.249 (Cyprus).
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    • Aristophanes, Frogs, 892
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