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Headword: *)/wmilla
Adler number: omega,92
Translated headword: omilla
Vetting Status: high
A particular child's game, in which the one who has thrown a nut into the ring, so that it remains [there], wins. Eupolis in Golden Race [says]: "since I am in, having stayed here in the omilla."[1]
From a contraction h(/ o(/milla [is] also w(/milla.[2]
Greek Original:
*)/wmilla: paidia/ tis, e)n h(=| o( ei)s to\n ku/klon balw\n ka/ruon, w(/ste e)mmei=nai, nika=|. *eu)/polis *xrusw=| ge/nei: e)peisei/meqa de\ mei/nas ei)s w)/millan. a)po\ sunaire/sews h( o(/milla kai\ w(/milla.
See generally LSJ s.v.
[1] Eupolis fr. 288 Kock (now 314 K.-A.), in garbled form; its reconstructed version is translated here. (For this word see also Eupolis fr. 250 Kock, now 269 K.-A.) Similarly in Hesychius omega194 and in a scholion to Plato, Lysis 206E.
[2] Incorrect, as the headword is not aspirated.
Keywords: comedy; daily life; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; philosophy
Translated by: Sheila Kurian on 6 June 2000@02:34:06.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (streamlined translator's notes; supplied other notes; cosmetics) on 5 July 2002@10:19:42.
David Whitehead on 31 October 2013@07:16:39.
David Whitehead (updated comic refs) on 30 December 2014@08:42:47.


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