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; in late Ep., nom. nhuv" :—Ion. declens., nhu`" , neov", nhiv, neva , pl. neve", new`n, nhusiv, neva" :—Dor. declens., nau`" , na<Eth>ov", na<Eth>iv, nau`n , pl. na`e", naw`n, nausiv (poët. navessi ) , na`a" :—Trag. declens., nau`" , naov" or newv", nai?, nau`n , pl. na`e", naw`n or new`n, nausiv, nau`" .


nausqlovw , f. wvsw , contr. for naustolevw , to carry by sea, Eur.:—Med. to take with one by sea, Id.:—Pass. to go by sea, Id.


nausi-kleitov" , hv, ovn , famed for ships, Od.


nausi-kluØtov" , ovn , = foreg., epith. of the Phaeacians, Od.


nausiØ-pevra<Eth>to" , Ion. nhusi-pevrhto" , on , = nausivporo" , navigable or (perhaps) to be crossed by a ferry, Hdt.


nausiv-pompo" »iØ1/4, on , act. shipwafting, Eur.


nausiv-poro" »iØ1/4, on , traversed by ships, navigable, of a river, Xen.

II. parox. nausipovro", on , act. passing in a ship, seafaring, Eur.
2. causing a ship to pass, of oars, Id.


nausiv-stono" , on , lamentable to ships, Pind.


nausiØ-fovrhto" , on , carried by ship, seafaring, Pind.


nauv-staqmon , tov , ( staqmov" ) a harbour, anchorage, roadstead, Lat. statio navium , Eur., Thuc.


nauv-staqmo" , oJ , = foreg., Plut.


naustolevw , f. hvsw , ( nauvstolo" ):

I. trans. to carry or convey by sea, Eur.:—Pass., with f. med. -hvsomai , to go by sea, Id.
2. to guide, steer, Aesch., Eur.: metaph., tw; ptevruge poi`naustolei`" ; whither pliest thou thy wings? Ar.

II. intr. like Pass. to go by ship, sail, Soph., Eur.
2. generally, c. acc. loci, to travel over, Eur. Hence naustovlhma


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