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συμμι^γής , ές,
A.mixed up together, commingled, promiscuous, “βοσκήματαS.Tr.762; “φόνοςE.Rh.431; “τεύχηId.Cyc.226; “βοήTim.Pers. 35, Ar.Av.771 (lyr.); ἠχὴ ἄκριτος καὶ ς. Plu.Tim.27; ὑπὸ συμμιγεῖ σκιᾷ in a dense shade, opp. ἐν ἡλίῳ καθαρῷ, Pl.Phdr.239c; “ς. δρυμοίPlu.Caes.20; of water, “ς. καὶ θολερόςId.2.725e.
2. c. dat., commingled with, μελίσσης νάμασιν . . συμμιγῆ . . θρόμβον milk mixed with honey, Antiph.52.7, cf. Gal.6.45, 160; “πόνοι . . νέοι παλαιοῖσι συμμιγεῖς κακοῖςA.Th.741 (lyr.), cf.S.Fr.398; ἀνδρὶ καὶ γυναικὶ ς. κακά common to both, Id.OT1281.
3. name of a bandage, Sor.Fasc.19.
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