The Third Greek Book; A Selection from Xenophon's Cyropaedia, with Notes [&C.]. by T.K. Arnold

The Third Greek Book; A Selection from Xenophon's Cyropaedia, with Notes [&C.]. by T.K. Arnold

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1853 edition. Excerpt: ...mysterious, inexpressible. dprt, adv. just, exactly, now, this momeni, even now, now first. dproc, 6, bread, a loaf. dpiw, Att. dpvrw, fut. vaw (like dvvui, dvvrw), to draw, draw water for another; more usu. in med. to draw for oneself. apxiiov, Ro, a public building, senate-house, town-hall, residence of the chief magistrates, Lot. curia. apxv' ri, a beginning, first cause, outset or occasion, origin. dpxm, to be first, to begin, make a beginning, both in act. and med. (act. for another to go on with, med. for oneself to go on with); apZaptvm aird iraiSiwv, even from our boyhood; to lead, govern, command; pass. to be ruled, governed, submit to rule, be a subject: ol apxofiivoi, subjects. &aBtvew, to be weak, feeble, sickly." aaBtvilg, ig, without strength, weak, feeble; in properly, poor. aaXvrig, kg, unhurt; act. not harming, doing no harm, harmless, of wild animals. aairiig, ov, without eating, fast, in.g" aaKiw, f. jaw, to work, to dress out, decorate; to practise, exercise, train. aoKnriig, ov, 6, one who practises any art or trade. aatcaZofiai, fut.arronai, dep.med., to welcome kindly, greet, Lat. salutare, also, to take leave of; to embrace, fondle, caress; to cling fondly to. aavig, iSoc, r), a round Rhield: lir' aoKiSa, on the lefi, towards or to the left, because the shield was held with the left hand. ao-rpairri. ij, a flash of lightning, lightning. aavyKopitttoq, ov, not gathered, unreaped, Kapirog. aavvraKrog, ov, not arranged together, esp. of soldiers, not in battle order; undisciplined, disorderly. dafaXrog, ov, J, asphalt, bitumen. araKriw, of a soldier, to be undisciplined, disorderly; generally to lead a disorderly life. draKroc, ov, out of order, esp. not in battle order. arao, conjunct., but, yet, however. arE, ...show more

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