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fqogghv , hJ , = fqovggo" , Hom., etc.


fqovggo" , oJ , any clear, distinct sound, esp. the voice of men, Hom., Att.; also of animals, Soph., Eur.

II. generally, a sound, as distinguished from a voice ( fwnhv ), Plat.:—of musical sounds, Eur.


fqovi>" , i>o", oJ : nom. et acc. pl. fqoi`" , a kind of cake, Ar.


fqonerov" , av, ovn , ( fqovno" ) envious, jealous, grudging, of persons, Theogn., Att.:—Adv., fqonerw`" e[cein to be enviously disposed, Plat., Xen., etc.


fqonevw , f. hvsw : aor. I ejfqovnhsa :—Med., fut. in pass. sense fqonhvsomai :—Pass., f. fqonhqhvsomai : aor. I ejfqonhvqhn : ( fqovno" ):— to bear ill-will or malice, bear a grudge, be envious or jealous, Il., Xen. , etc.:—c. dat. pers., ptwco;" ptwcw`/ fqonevei Hes.; fq. tini; eu\ prhvssonti to envy him for his good fortune, Hdt.; also c. dat. rei, to feel envy at a thing, Isocr.; ejpiv tini Xen.:—c. dat. pers. et gen. rei, ou[ toi hJmiovnwn fqonevw I bear thee no grudge for the mules, Od.; mhv moi fqonhvsh/" tou` maqhvmato" Plat.:—c. gen. rei only, to be grudging of a thing, ajllotrivwn fqonevein Od.

II. to refuse to do a thing from envy or ill-will, to grudge doing, c. inf., Ib., Eur., etc.; mh; fqonhvsh/" do not refuse, Lat. ne graveris , mh; fq. didavxai Plat.:—also c. acc. et inf., ejfqovnhsan »oiJ qeoi;1/4 e{na a[ndra basileu`sai Hdt.;—also c. dat. et inf., th`/ dÆ oujk a]n fqonevoimi a{yasqai ; Od.

III. Pass. to be envied or begrudged, Lat. invideor , Hdt., Eur., etc.


fqovnhsi" , ew", hJ , a jealous refusal, Soph.

fqovno", FQO vNOS, fqovno"

FQO vNOS , oJ , ill-will, envy, jealousy, Lat. invidia , Hdt., etc.; fqovnon e[cein to feel envy or jealousy, Aesch.; but, also, to incur envy or dislike, Pind.; so, fqovnon ajlfavnein Eur., etc.:—c. gen. objecti, envy for, jealousy of, tw`n \Ellhvnwn fqovnw/ Hdt., etc.; but c. gen. subjecti, envy or jealousy felt by another, Eur., etc.:—in pl. envyings, jealousies, heartburnings, Isocr.

2. jealousy was ascribed to the gods, to;n fqovnon provskuson deprecate their jealousy, Soph.
II. refusal from ill-will or envy, oujdei;" fqovno" , c. inf., said when you grant a request willingly, Plat.; so, ajpokteivnein fqovno" »ejstiv1/4 ‘tis invidious, I dare not tell, Eur.


fqorav , Ion. fqorhv , hJ , ( fqeivrw ) destruction, ruin, perdition, Hdt., Trag., etc.; and of men, mortality, death, esp. by pestilence, Thuc.

2. the decay of matter, Plat.
3. the seduction, Lex ap. Aeschin.


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