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Headword: *xno/as
Adler number: chi,359
Translated headword: naves
Vetting Status: high
[Meaning] the spokes of the wheel. A spoke is the part that is affixed to the hole of a wheel; and it is thus called the nave of the wheel. It is pronounced with recessive accent; for disyllabic [nouns] ending in the vowel eta after omicron -- of those that begin with an aspirate -- are given a recessive accent: [e.g.] xno/h ["nave"], fqo/h ["decay"], xlo/h ["sprout"].[1] But the [word] pnoh/ ["breath"] does not have aspiration.[2]
Greek Original:
*xno/as: ta\s su/riggas tou= a)/conos. su/rigc de/ e)sti to\ ei)s th\n o)ph\n tou= troxou= e)mballo/menon me/ros tou= a)/conos: kai\ au)th\ de\ h( o)ph\ tou= troxou= ou(/tws kalei=tai. ei)/rhtai de\ bare/ws: ta\ ga\r ei)s h kaqaro\n disu/llaba tw=| o paralhgo/mena, w(=n prohgei=tai dasu/, baru/netai: xno/h, fqo/h, xlo/h. to\ de\ pnoh\ ou)k e)/xei dasu/.
The body of this entry is taken from the scholia to Sophocles, Electra 716 (web address 1), where the headword (the accusative plural of xno/h) appears. See also Herodian the Grammarian 3.1.305.22.
[1] That is, all of these words are accented on omicron, in the first syllable.
[2] And accordingly, its accent is on the last syllable, the eta.
Associated internet address:
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Keywords: definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; trade and manufacture; tragedy
Translated by: Jennifer Benedict on 31 March 2008@18:43:21.
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Catharine Roth (cosmetics) on 31 March 2008@20:59:56.
David Whitehead (tweaks and cosmetics) on 1 April 2008@03:27:30.
David Whitehead on 12 November 2013@06:11:59.


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