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Headword: *ptarmo/s
Adler number: pi,3004
Translated headword: sneeze
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
Aristophanes [writes]: "and then how did I not start sneezing?"[1] Meaning 'was I not perceiving'; for a sneeze [is] a sensation of the head; since those who touch the nostril with a thin straw sneeze, or they smell it after they bring it near. Thus, he is saying, the blow affected me in the manner in which a straw affects a nostril.
Greek Original:
*ptarmo/s: *)aristofa/nhs: ka)=|ta pw=s ou)k e)/ptaron; a)nti\ tou= ou)k h)|sqo/mhn: o( ptarmo\s ga\r kefalh=s ai)/sqhsis: e)pei\ oi( qigo/ntes tou= mukth=ros leptw=| ka/rfei pta/rnuntai h)\ o)sfrai/nontai prosenegko/ntes. ou(/tw, fhsi/n, h(/yato/ mou plhgh/, o(\n tro/pon a(/ptetai ka/rfos mukth=ros.
Note:
[1] Aristophanes Frogs 647, with comments derived from the scholia; see already at epsilon 2869. (Aristophanes uses here a verb, ptai/rw, related to the headword; the headword itself, a masculine noun in the nominative singular noun, occurs only in the commentary.)
Keywords: botany; comedy; daily life; definition; medicine; science and technology; stagecraft
Translated by: William Hutton on 4 October 2013@02:35:47.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (x-ref; tweaks and cosmetics) on 4 October 2013@04:07:33.
David Whitehead on 22 October 2013@07:12:35.

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