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  • καρπαία — καρπαίᾱ , καρπαία mimic dance fem nom/voc/acc dual καρπαίᾱ , καρπαία mimic dance fem nom/voc sg (attic doric aeolic) …   Greek morphological index (Ελληνική μορφολογικούς δείκτες)

  • καρπαία — καρπαία, ἡ (Α) μιμική όρχηση τών Θεσσαλών κατά την οποία ο χωρικός μαχόταν εναντίον κάποιου ο οποίος ήθελε να τού κλέψει τα ζώα. [ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. Αβέβαιης ετυμολ. Η λ. συνδέεται πιθ. με τον τ. καρπός (Ι)] …   Dictionary of Greek

  • καρπαίαν — καρπαίᾱν , καρπαία mimic dance fem acc sg (attic doric aeolic) …   Greek morphological index (Ελληνική μορφολογικούς δείκτες)

  • Aeolic Greek — For the architectural style, see Aeolic order. Distribution of Greek dialects in the classical period.[1] Western group …   Wikipedia

  • Ancient Macedonian language — For the unrelated modern Slavic language, see Macedonian language. language name=Ancient Macedonian region=Macedon ( extinct language ) extinct=absorbed by Attic Greek in the 4th century BC familycolor=Indo European fam2= possibly Greek… …   Wikipedia

  • Carpaea — Among the ancient Athenians and Magnesians, carpaea (Gr polytonic|καρπαία ) was a kind of dance or military exercise, performed by two persons; the one acting as a laborer, the other as a robber. This is explained by Xenophon in Anabasis , Book… …   Wikipedia

  • Древнемакедонский язык — Страны: Древняя Македония Вымер: к III ве …   Википедия

  • CARPAEA — Graece Καρπαῖα, saltatio, quam Aeneianes et Magnetes armati solebant saltare. Argumentum tale: Quidam positis armis arat et serit, crebro respectans metuentis modô. Supervenit latro, quô visô raptim resumptis armis pugnat, pro bubus; idque in… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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