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ejrhmo-kovmh" , e" , gen. ou , ( kovmh ) void of hair, Anth.


ejrhmo-lavlo" »a±1/4, on , chattering in the desert, Anth.


ejrhmov-nomo" , or -novmo" , on , haunting the wilds, Anth.


ejrhmov-poli" , i , gen. ido" , reft of ones city, Eur.

ejrh`mo", jER `HMOS

jER `HMOS , on , or h, on , desolate, lone, lonely, lonesome, solitary:

1. of places, Hdt. , Att. ; ta; ejr . desert parts, Hdt ., etc. ; hJ ejrh`mo" ( sc. cwvra ), Id.
2. of persons or animals, Il., Aesch. , etc. : desolate, helpless, Soph ., Dem. :— neut. pl. as Adv. , e[rhma klaivw I weep in solitude, Eur. 3. of conditions, Soph.
II. c. gen. reft of, void or destitute of, Hdt ., Att.
2. of persons, with no bad sense, wanting, without, ejrh`mo" o{plwn Hdt.
III. ejrhvmh divkh, hJ , an undefended action, in which one party does not appear, and judgment goes against him by default, Thuc ., etc. : so ejrhvmh or e[rhmo" (without divkh ) , ejrhvmhn ei|lon I got judgment by default, Dem .; e[rhmon w\fle he let it go by default, Id.; ejrhvmhn kathgorei`n to accuse in a case where there was no defence, Plat.


ejrhmosuvnh , hJ , solitude, Anth.


ejrhmo-fivlh" »iØ1/4, ou, oJ , ( filevw ) loving solitude, Anth.


ejrhmovw , f. wvsw , ( e[rhmo" ) to strip bare, to desolate, lay waste, iJerav Thuc .: —Pass ., Hdt. , etc.

II. to bereave one of a thing, c. gen ., ejr. naubatw`n ejretmav to leave the oars without men, Eur. :— Pass. to be bereft of, c. gen ., Hdt. , Aesch.

2. to set free or deliver from, c. gen ., Eur.
III. to abandon, desert, c. acc ., Aesch. , Eur. ; ejr. Surakouvsa" to evacuate it, Thuc.
IV. to keep in solitude, isolate, Eur .: —Pass. to be isolated from, c. gen ., Hdt.


ejrhmwthv" , ou`, oJ , ( ejrhmovw ) a desolator, Anth.


ejrhrevda±tai, -ato , Ep. 3 pl. pf. and plqpf. pass. of ejreivdw .


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