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fa±lagghdovn , Adv. ( favlagx ) in phalanxes, Il., Polyb.


fa±lavggion , tov , = favlagx III , Plat., Xen.


fa±laggoma±cevw , f. hvsw , to fight in a phalanx; generally, to fight in the ranks, Xen. From falaggomavch"


falaggo-mavch" , ou, oJ , ( mavcomai ) one who fights in the phalanx, Anth.


favlagx »a±1/4, aggo", hJ , a line of battle, battle-array, Il.; mostly in pl. the ranks, Ib., Hes.

2. the phalanx, i.e. the heavy infantry ( oJpli`tai ) in battle-order, Xen., etc.: the formation of the phalanx differed; the Spartan line at Tegea was eight deep, Thuc.: the Theban at Delium twenty-five, Id.; the phalanx was brought to perfection by Philip of Macedon.
b. for the main body, centre, as opp. to the wings ( kevrata ), Xen.
c. a camp, Id.
II. a round piece of wood, a trunk, log, Hdt.
III. a venomous spider (cf. falavggion ), Ar. (Deriv. uncertain.)


favlaina , v. favllaina .


fa±lakrovomai , Pass. to become bald, Hdt. From falakrov"


fa±lakrov" , av, ovn , ( falov" ) baldheaded, bald, Hdt., Plat., etc.; provswpon falakrovn Eur.


favlanqo" , on , ( falov" ) bald in front, Anth. Hence falantiva"


fa±lantiva" , ovu, oJ , a bald man, Luc.


favla±ra »a±1/4, tav , ( favlo" ) bosses on the sides of the helmet, to which the chin-straps were attached,
Il.:—the sing.,
favlaron tiavra" , part of the headdress of the old Persian kings, Aesch.
II. bosses or discs of metal, used to adorn the head-gear of horses, Lat. phale¨rae , Hdt., Soph., etc.


fa±la<Eth>riv" , ivdo", hJ , ( fala<Eth>rov" ) the coot, so called from its bald white head, Ar.

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