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Headword: Phôria
Adler number: phi,667
Translated headword: stolen [things], thievish [things]
Vetting Status: high
[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.
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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Catharine Roth (cosmetics, status) on 7 October 2011@01:09:33.
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