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τάρβ-ος , εος, τό,
2. awe, reverence, τινος for one, Id.Pers.696 (lyr.).
II. an object of alarm, a fear or alarm, ἔχεις τι θάρσος τοῦδε τοῦ τάρβους πέρι; S.El.412; “πόλει τάρβος ἦσθαE.Ba.1310.--Poet. word, rare in Prose, as Aret. SD1.6, Plu.2.666b. (Cf. Skt. tarjati 'threaten', Lat. torvus.
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