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Headword: Phôria
Adler number: phi,667
Translated headword: stolen [things], thievish [things]
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
[Meaning] secretive [ones], robbers' [ones]; or deeds involving theft.[1] "So that [he] might avoid a thievish attack."[2]
And in the Epigrams: "but secretive beds are more honey-sweet than those acknowledged openly."[3]
Also [sc. attested is] fwrei/a ["stolen goods"]; these things are applied to piracy/robbery.
Also [sc. attested is] fw/rion ["theft, fraud"], [meaning] the thing stolen.
Greek Original:
Phôria: lathraia, lêistêria: ê klopimaia pragmata. epêlusin ophr' aleoito phôrion. kai en Epigrammasi: phôria d' amphadiôn lektra melichrotera. kai Phôreia, epi tês lêisteias tauta eilêptai. kai Phôrion, to klemma.
Notes:
The headword, presumably extracted from somewhere (other than the quotations given, where it occurs in, respectively, the feminine accusative singular and the neuter nominative plural), is the neuter nominative/vocative/accusative plural of the adjective fw/rios, stolen; cf. an instance at kappa 2560 (gloss) and see generally LSJ s.v.
[1] The second gloss alone is given in the Synagoge and Photius' Lexicon.
[2] Callimachus, Hecale fr. 331 Pfeiffer; already at epsilon 2177.
[3] Greek Anthology 5.219.4 (Paulus Silentiarius; cf. alpha 112 (end)).
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Translated by: Ronald Allen on 6 October 2011@23:06:29.
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