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κύων , κυνός, acc. κύνα, voc. κύον, pl. dat. κύνεσσι: dog, bitch; κύνες θηρευταί, τραπεζῆες, ‘hunting’ and ‘lapdogs,’ Ἀίδα_ο, i. e. Cerberus, Il. 8.368, Od. 11.623; ‘sea-dog,’ perhaps seal, Od. 12.96; dog of Orīon, Sirius, Il. 22.29; as symbol of shamelessness, applied to women and others, Il. 13.623 ; λυσσητήρ, ‘raging hound,’ Il. 8.299.
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