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from english to greek

masses of earth

  • 1 ἔδαφος

    A bottom, foundation, base of anything,

    τῆς κατασκευῆς τὰ ἐ. Th.1.10

    ; ἔ. νηός bottom of a ship, Od.5.249;

    ἔ. πλοίου D.32.5

    , cf. Pherecr.12; ἔ. ποταμοῦ, τῆς θαλάττης, X.Cyr.7.5.18, Arist.HA 534a11; [ ποτηρίου] Pherecr.143.2.
    2 ground-floor, pavement,

    οἴκου Hdt.8.137

    ; καθελεῖν ἐς ἔ. raze to the ground, Th. 3.68;

    τὸ ἔ. ὁμαλίσασι IG11(2).161

    A57 (Delos, iii B.C.);

    ἔπεσον εἰς τὸ ἔ. Act.Ap.22.7

    ;

    ἀπὸ ἐδάφους μέχρι παντὸς ὕψους CPR95.17

    (iii A. D.), etc.
    3 ground, soil, περὶ τοῦ τῆς πατρίδος ἐδάφους ἀγωνίζεσθαι for our country's soil, Aeschin.3.134, cf. D.26.11 (pl.); ἐχθρὸς τῷ τῆς πόλεως ἐδάφει, of a mortal foe, Id.8.39, 10.11;

    ὀκρυόειν ἔ.

    Eleg.Alex. Adesp.

    1.7

    ; soil, viewed in regard to its quality, Thphr.CP2.4.1 (pl.), 4.11.8: pl., ἐδάφη lands and tenements (incl. houses), Is.11.42, IG 2.780, PTeb.302.10 (i A.D.); also, masses of earth, Epicur.Ep.2p.48U.
    4 text of a manuscript, opp. margin ([etym.] μέτωπον), Gal.16.837, 18(2).864.
    b manuscript, Id.16.468 (s.v.l.).
    5 background of puppet-theatre, Hero Aut.30.1, al.

    Greek-English dictionary (Αγγλικά Ελληνικά-λεξικό) > ἔδαφος

  • 2 'ραν

    ἀρᾶν, ἀρά
    prayer: fem gen pl (doric ionic aeolic)
    ἀρᾶν, ἀράζω
    snarl: fut part act masc voc sg (doric aeolic)
    ἀρᾶν, ἀράζω
    snarl: fut part act neut nom /voc /acc sg (doric aeolic)
    ἀρᾶν, ἀράζω
    snarl: fut part act masc nom sg (doric aeolic)
    ἀρᾶν, ἀράζω
    snarl: fut inf act
    ἀρᾶν, ἀρή
    prayer: fem gen pl (doric aeolic)
    ἐρᾶν, ἔρα
    earth: fem gen pl (doric aeolic)
    ἐρᾶν, ἐράω 1
    love: pres part act masc voc sg (doric aeolic)
    ἐρᾶν, ἐράω 1
    love: pres part act neut nom /voc /acc sg (doric aeolic)
    ἐρᾶν, ἐράω 1
    love: pres part act masc nom sg (doric aeolic)
    ἐρᾶ̱ν, ἐράω 1
    love: pres inf act (epic doric)
    ἐρᾶν, ἐράω 1
    love: pres inf act (attic doric)
    ἐρᾶν, ἐράω 2
    pour forth: pres part act masc voc sg (doric aeolic)
    ἐρᾶν, ἐράω 2
    pour forth: pres part act neut nom /voc /acc sg (doric aeolic)
    ἐρᾶν, ἐράω 2
    pour forth: pres part act masc nom sg (doric aeolic)
    ἐρᾶ̱ν, ἐράω 2
    pour forth: pres inf act (epic doric)
    ἐρᾶν, ἐράω 2
    pour forth: pres inf act (attic doric)

    Morphologia Graeca > 'ραν

  • 3 άρ'

    ἄρα, ἄρα
    ir̃
    indeclform (particle)
    ἄρα, ἄρον
    cuckoo-pint: neut nom /voc /acc pl
    ἄρε, αἴρω
    attach: aor ind act 3rd sg (epic doric aeolic)
    ἔραι, ἔρα
    earth: fem nom /voc pl
    ἔρᾱͅ, ἔρα
    earth: fem dat sg (attic doric aeolic)
    ἔρι, ἔρις
    strife: fem voc sg
    ἔρε, ἔρος 1
    love: masc voc sg

    Morphologia Graeca > άρ'

  • 4 ἄρ'

    ἄρα, ἄρα
    ir̃
    indeclform (particle)
    ἄρα, ἄρον
    cuckoo-pint: neut nom /voc /acc pl
    ἄρε, αἴρω
    attach: aor ind act 3rd sg (epic doric aeolic)
    ἔραι, ἔρα
    earth: fem nom /voc pl
    ἔρᾱͅ, ἔρα
    earth: fem dat sg (attic doric aeolic)
    ἔρι, ἔρις
    strife: fem voc sg
    ἔρε, ἔρος 1
    love: masc voc sg

    Morphologia Graeca > ἄρ'

  • 5 άρα

    ἄρα, ἄρα
    ir̃
    indeclform (particle)
    ἄρα, ἄρον
    cuckoo-pint: neut nom /voc /acc pl
    ἄρᾱ, ἄρος
    use: neut nom /voc /acc pl (doric aeolic)
    ἔρᾱ, ἔρα
    earth: fem nom /voc /acc dual
    ἔρᾱ, ἔρα
    earth: fem nom /voc sg (attic doric aeolic)
    ἔρᾱ, ἔραμαι
    love: pres imperat mp 2nd sg (doric aeolic)
    ἔρᾱ, ἔρος 2
    wool: neut nom /voc /acc pl (doric aeolic)
    ἔρᾱ, ἐράω 1
    love: pres imperat act 2nd sg
    ἔρᾱ, ἐράω 2
    pour forth: pres imperat act 2nd sg

    Morphologia Graeca > άρα

  • 6 ἄρα

    ἄρα, ἄρα
    ir̃
    indeclform (particle)
    ἄρα, ἄρον
    cuckoo-pint: neut nom /voc /acc pl
    ἄρᾱ, ἄρος
    use: neut nom /voc /acc pl (doric aeolic)
    ἔρᾱ, ἔρα
    earth: fem nom /voc /acc dual
    ἔρᾱ, ἔρα
    earth: fem nom /voc sg (attic doric aeolic)
    ἔρᾱ, ἔραμαι
    love: pres imperat mp 2nd sg (doric aeolic)
    ἔρᾱ, ἔρος 2
    wool: neut nom /voc /acc pl (doric aeolic)
    ἔρᾱ, ἐράω 1
    love: pres imperat act 2nd sg
    ἔρᾱ, ἐράω 2
    pour forth: pres imperat act 2nd sg

    Morphologia Graeca > ἄρα

  • 7 Γαιηόχου

    Γαιήοχος
    earth-moving: masc gen sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Γαιηόχου

  • 8 Γαιηόχω

    Γαιήοχος
    earth-moving: masc dat sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Γαιηόχω

  • 9 Γαιηόχωι

    Γαιηόχῳ, Γαιήοχος
    earth-moving: masc dat sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Γαιηόχωι

  • 10 Γαιήοχ'

    Γαιήοχε, Γαιήοχος
    earth-moving: masc voc sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Γαιήοχ'

  • 11 Γαιήοχε

    Γαιήοχος
    earth-moving: masc voc sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Γαιήοχε

  • 12 Γαιήοχον

    Γαιήοχος
    earth-moving: masc acc sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Γαιήοχον

  • 13 Γαιήοχος

    Γαιήοχος
    earth-moving: masc nom sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Γαιήοχος

  • 14 Δαμασίχθονα

    Δαμασίχθων
    earth-subduer: masc acc sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Δαμασίχθονα

  • 15 Δαμασίχθονι

    Δαμασίχθων
    earth-subduer: masc dat sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Δαμασίχθονι

  • 16 Δαμασίχθονος

    Δαμασίχθων
    earth-subduer: masc gen sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Δαμασίχθονος

  • 17 Δαμασίχθων

    Δαμασίχθων
    earth-subduer: masc nom /voc sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Δαμασίχθων

  • 18 Εννοσιγαίου

    Ἐννοσίγαιος
    Earth-shaker: masc gen sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Εννοσιγαίου

  • 19 Εννοσιγαίω

    Ἐννοσίγαιος
    Earth-shaker: masc dat sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Εννοσιγαίω

  • 20 Εννοσιγαίωι

    Ἐννοσιγαίῳ, Ἐννοσίγαιος
    Earth-shaker: masc dat sg

    Morphologia Graeca > Εννοσιγαίωι

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