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Headword: *)alazw/n
Adler number: alpha,1057
Translated headword: boaster, imposter
Vetting Status: high
[Meaning one who is] deceitful, arrogant, false. [So called] from living a wandering life (e)n a)/lh| zh=n).[1]
Also [sc. attested is] a)lazonoxaunoflu/aros, [meaning] a drunkard and babbler.[2]
Or a)lazw/n, [meaning someone] living otherwise [a)/llws zw=n], that is without purpose.[3]
But in a special sense they called liars a)lazo/nes, since they claim to speak about what they do not know.[4]
Greek Original:
*)alazw/n: pla/nos, u(perh/fanos, yeudh/s. para\ to\ e)n a)/lh| zh=n. kai\ *)alazonoxaunoflu/aros, o( me/qusos kai\ lh=ros. h)\ *)alazw/n, a)/llws zw=n, o( e)sti matai/ws. i)di/ws de\ a)lazo/nas tou\s yeu/stas e)ka/loun, e)pei\ le/gein e)pagge/llontai peri\ w(=n mh\ i)/sasin.
LSJ entry at web address 1.
cf. alpha 1056 and alpha 1058.
[1] cf. Hesychius s.v. and (post-Suda) Etymologicum Magnum 55.42. The second synonym is in Photius and elsewhere.
[2] Outside the Suda this compound is attested only in a fragment of the poet and parodist Archestratus of Gela (fr. 59.12 Brandt, nominative plural) preserved in Athenaeus.
[3] So too in the Etymologicum Gudianum.
[4] From the scholia to Aristophanes, Clouds 102, where the word occurs (web address 2).
Associated internet addresses:
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Keywords: comedy; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; ethics; food
Translated by: Catharine Roth on 16 February 2001@22:47:24.
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