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Headword: *nakw/leia
Adler number: nu,19
Translated headword: Nakoleia, Nacolia
Vetting Status: high
A place-name.[1]
It should be noted[2] that this Phrygian city is commonly derived from the nymph Nakole; whence also Nakolaion, the same [city]; just as nymphaion from nymph.[3] The ethnic designation [of a citizen from there] is Nakoleus, similar to Seleuceus. Neuter [plural] Nakoleia is also encountered.
Greek Original:
*nakw/leia: o)/noma to/pou. i)ste/on de/, o(/ti koinw=s me\n teqh/luntai h( *frugiakh\ au(/th po/lis a)po\ *nakw/lhs nu/mfhs: e)c h(=s kai\ *nakw/laion, h( au)th/: w(s a)po\ nu/mfhs nu/mfaion. e)qniko\n au)th=s *nakwleu/s, w(s *seleukeu/s. eu(/rhtai de\ kai\ ou)dete/rws ta\ *nakw/leia.
[1] In Phrygia: Strabo 12.8.12; Barrington Atlas map 62 grid E2; present-day Seyitgazi (Seyit Battal Gazi), inland Turkey.
[2] This additional material comes from Stephanus of Byzantium s.v. and along with the subsequent entry nu 20 is absent from mss AFV.
[3] A nymphaion was a sanctuary to a nymph, as a heroon was a sanctuary to a hero.
Keywords: aetiology; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; geography; mythology; religion
Translated by: Alex Gottesman on 4 December 2002@18:35:42.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (modified translation; augmented notes and keywords; cosmetics) on 5 December 2002@03:53:05.
William Hutton (augmented note) on 30 October 2003@15:22:55.
David Whitehead (expanded n.1) on 28 July 2011@05:55:53.


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