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Headword: *(re/qos
Adler number: rho,92
Translated headword: countenance, limb
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
[Meaning a] face, blush, body-part, heart.[1]
"Here [lies] her soft and tender countenance, here lies Trugonion."[2]
Homer [writes]: "and his soul fleeting out of [his] limbs was gone to Hades".[3]
Also [sc. attested is the word] r(eqomali/dai,[4] [meaning] those who are soft in the flesh. For the whole body is called r(e/qos.
And it declines r(e/qous [in the genitive], and r(e/qh in the plural.
Greek Original:
*(re/qos: pro/swpon, e)ru/qhma, me/los, spla/gxnon. e)nqa/de th=s trufera=s malako\n r(e/qos, e)nqa/de kei=tai trugo/nion. *(/omhros: yuxh\ d' e)k r(eqe/wn ptame/nh a)/i+do/sde bebh/kei. kai\ *(reqomali/dai, oi( truferoi\ th\n sa/rka. le/getai ga\r kai\ o(/lon to\ sw=ma r(e/qos. kai\ kli/netai r(e/qous, plhquntiko\n ta\ r(e/qh.
Notes:
The neuter headword regularly means 'limbs' when used in the plural (esp. in Homer) but 'countenance' as a singular: see LSJ s.v.
[1] Same or similar glossing in other lexica; references at Photius rho73 Theodoridis.
[2] Greek Anthology 7.222.1-2 (Philodemus); cf. sigma 4. (Trugonion, here a woman's name, is also the diminutive of trugw/n, turtle-dove.)
[3] Homer, Iliad 16.856 and 22.362 (web addresses 1 and 2), a formulaic verse used respectively in the key scenes of Patroclus' and Hector's death; cf. Eustathius and the scholia to the verses; also quoted in ps.-Zonaras and Etymologicum Magnum s.v. r(e/qh.
[4] Apart from this entry, the word is also attested (in the accusative plural) in the scholia to Homer, Iliad 22.68 (web address 3), where it is defined as an Aeolic word meaning fair of face (eu)prosw/pous).
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Keywords: definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; epic; medicine; mythology; poetry; religion; women; zoology
Translated by: Ioannis Doukas on 5 December 2007@11:45:04.
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