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Headword: Μολοῦσα
Adler number: mu,1200
Translated headword: having gone, having come
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
[She] having attended upon, having been made to go.[1]
Greek Original:
Μολοῦσα: παραγενομένη, πορευθεῖσα.
Notes:
The headword is the aorist active participle, feminine nominative (and vocative) singular, of the verb βλώσκω , I go or come; see LSJ s.v. and other forms at mu 1192 and mu 1202. The source is taken to be Homer, Iliad 6.286 (web address 1), since the headword appears there, and, as Adler notes, scholion D to the line contains the second of the present glosses; 'she' is accordingly Hector's mother Hekabe/Hecuba.
The verb's root stem is mol-/mlo-; cf. Cunliffe s.v. βλώσκω .
[1] The first glossing participle is the aorist middle, feminine nominative (and vocative) singular, of the verb παραγίγνομαι , I attend upon; see LSJ s.v. The second glossing participle is the aorist passive, feminine nominative (and vocative) singular, of the verb πορεύω , I make to go; see LSJ s.v. The headword is identically glossed in the Synagoge, Photius' Lexicon (mu508 Theodoridis), and Lexica Segueriana 303.2; cf. Hesychius mu1578.
Reference:
R.J. Cunliffe, A Lexicon of the Homeric Dialect, Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1963
Associated internet address:
Web address 1
Keywords: definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; epic; women
Translated by: Ronald Allen on 18 March 2009@01:06:22.
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