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λόχος (root λεχ): place of ambush, act of lying in wait; said of the Trojan horse, Il. 18.513, Od. 4.277; also of the party forming the ambuscade, Il. 8.522; and of any armed company, Od. 20.49 ; λόχος γέροντος, ‘means of entrapping’ the old man of the sea, Od. 4.395 .— λόχονδε: upon an ambuscade, into the ambush, Il. 1.227, Od. 14.217.
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