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nauklhvrion , tov , the ship of a nauvklhro" , Dem. II. = nauvstaqmo" , Eur. From nauvklhro"


nauv-klhro" , oJ , a shipowner, ship-master, Hdt., Soph., etc.

2. as Adj., n. ceivr the masters hand, of a charioteer (cf. hJniovco" 1. 3), Eur.


nauv-kra<Eth>ro" , oJ , at Athens, one of a division, of the citizens, made for financial purposes before Solons time. There were 4 in each fratriva , 12 in each of the 4 old fulaiv , in all 48, afterwards increased to 50. (Apparently an old form of nauv-klhro" : but the connexion of the word with nau`" ship is not explained.)


naukra±tevw , f. hvsw , to be master of the sea, Thuc.:—Pass. to be mastered at sea, Xen. From naukravth"


nau-kravth" »a±1/4, ew", oJ, hJ , ( kratevw ) master or mistress of the seas, Hdt.


Nauvkra±ti" , io" or ew", hJ , Naucratis in Egypt, Hdt.


nau-kravtwr »a±1/4, oro", oJ, hJ , = naukravth" , Hdt., Thuc.

II. the master of a ship, Soph.


nau`lo" , oJ , and nau`lon , tov , ( nau`" ) passage-money, the fare or freight, Xen.

II. the freight or cargo of ships, Dem.


naulocevw , f. hvsw , to lie in a harbour or creek, esp. to lie in wait there in order to sally out on passing ships, Hdt., Eur.

2. c. acc. to lie in wait for, Thuc. From nauvloco"


nauv-loco" , on , affording safe anchorage, of a harbour, Od., Soph.; w\ nauvloca kai; petrai`a loutrav ye springs by the haven and from the rock (where some take nauvloca as Subst.) Soph.


nauma±cevw , f. hvsw , ( nauvmaco" ) to fight in a ship or by sea, engage in a naval battle, Hdt., Xen.; n. th;n peri; tw`n krew`n to be in the battle for the carcases (i.e. Arginusae), Ar.

2. metaph. to do battle with, kakoi`" Id. Hence naumachseivw


nauma±chseivw , Desid., to wish to fight by sea, Thuc.

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