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absol. , as a form of assent, nothing hinders, be it so, Ar.


kwlwvth" , ou, oJ , prob. = ajskalabwvth" , Babr.


kw`ma , ato", tov , ( kei`mai ) deep sleep, slumber, Lat. sopor , Hom ., Hes. Hence kwmavzw


kwmavzw , f. avsw and avsomai : aor. I ejkwvma±sa , poët. kwvm- : pf. kekwvma±ka :— Dor. kwmavsdw , fut. avxomai : aor. I imper. kwmavxate : ( kw`mo" ):— to go about with a party of revellers, to revel, make merry, Lat. comissari , Hes ., Theogn. , Eur. , etc.

2. to go in festal procession, Pind ., Dem.
II. to celebrate a kw`mo" in honour of the victor at the games, to join in festivities, Pind .; c. acc. cogn. , eJorta;n k . Id.

2. c. dat. pers. to approach with a kw`mo" , sing in his honour, Id.
3. c. acc. pers. to honour or celebrate him in or withthe kw`mo" , Id.
III. to break in upon in the manner of revellers, k. poti; ta;nÆAmarullivda Theocr .:—generally, to burst in, Anth.


kwm-avrch" , ou, oJ , ( kwvmh, a[rcw ) the head man of a village, Xen.


kwmavsdw , Dor. for kwmavzw .


kwmasthv" , ou`, oJ , ( kwmavzw ) a reveller, Plat ., Xen.

2. epith. of Bacchus, the jolly god, Ar.

kwvmh, KW vMH, kwvmh

KW vMH , hJ , = Lat. vicus , a village or country town, opp. to a fortified city; properly a Dor. word, = Att. dh`mo" , Hes. , Hdt. ; katoikh`sqai kata; kwvma" to live in separate villages (not in walled towns), of the Medes, Hdt. ; so, of a country, kata; kwvma" oijkei`sqai to have its people distributed into villages, Thuc.


kwmhvth" , ou, oJ , ( kwvmh ) a villager, countryman, Plat ., Xen.

II. in a city, one of the same quarter, Lat. vicinus , Ar .; more loosely, cqono;" kwmh`tai dwellers in a land, Eur.


kwmiØkov" , hv, ovn , Lat. comicus , = kwmw/dikov" , Aeschin.


kwmov-poli" , ew", oJ , ( kwvmh ) a village-town, i.e. a place not entitled to be called a povli" , N.T.

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