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bra±cuØ-suvmbolo" , on , ( suvmbolon ) bringing a small contribution, Anth.


bra±cuvth" , hto", hJ , ( bracuv" ) shortness, Thuc.

2. narrowness, deficiency, Id.


bra±cuv-tono" , on , ( teivnw ) reaching but a short way, Plut.


bra±cuØ-travchlo" , on , short-necked, Plat.


bra±cuv-fullo" , on , ( fuvllon ) with few leaves, Anth.

bravcw, BRA vCW

BRA vCW , a Root only found in 3 sing. Ep. aor. 2 e[brace or bravce , to rattle, clash, ring, of arms; of a torrent, to roar; of an axle, to creak; of one wounded, to shriek or roar, —all in Il.


brevgma , ato", tov , the front part of the head, Lat. sinciput , Batr. (Deriv. uncertain.)


brekekekevx , formed to imitate the croaking of frogs, Ar.

brevmw, BRE vMW

BRE vMW , only in pres. and impf. , Lat. FREMO , to roar, of a wave, Il.; so also in Med. , Ib., Soph.

II. in later Poets, of arms, to clash, ring, Eur .; of men, to shout, rage, Aesch ., Eur.


brenquvomai »u<Eth>1/4 , Dep. , only in pres. and impf. to bear oneself haughtily, to hold ones head high, swagger, Ar ., Plat.


brevxi" , ew", hJ , ( brevcw ) a wetting, Xen.


brevta" , tov , gen. brevteo" : pl. , nom. and acc. brevtea , contr. brevth ; gen. bretevwn :— a wooden image of a god, Aesch ., Eur. , Ar. (Deriv. uncertain.)

brevfo", BRE vFOS, brevfo"

BRE vFOS , eo", tov , the babe in the womb, Lat. foetus : of an unborn foal, Il.

II. the new-born babe, Aesch ., Eur. :—of beasts, a foal, whelp, cub, Hdt .:— ejk brevfeo" from

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