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Headword: Elêledato
Adler number: epsilon,836
Translated headword: had been driven
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
[Formed] out of the [verb] e)leu/qw ['I bring'].[1]
Greek Original:
Elêledato: ek tou eleuthô.
Notes:
Adler states that this entry has an equivalent in the earlier unedited lexicon of Laurentianus 59.16.
[1] Rather, apparently a form of e)lau/nw ('I drive') confined to epic diction; see Homer, Odyssey 7.86 (web address 1), from where it is surely quoted. In his review, Chantraine mentions the gloss here as an erroneous explanation.
About e)leu/qw, Hesychius glosses it e)/rxomai "I come/go"; LSJ say "bring" and identify it as a causative form from the stem of h)/luqon (cf. epsilon 807).
Reference:
P. Chantraine, review of Adler part II: Revue de philologie, d’histoire et de littérature anciennes ser. 3, vol. 7 (1933): 321-22.
Associated internet address:
Web address 1
Keywords: dialects, grammar, and etymology; epic; poetry
Translated by: William Hutton on 4 February 2007@10:40:51.
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