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fruvga±non »u<Eth>1/4, tov , ( fruvgw ) mostly in pl. dry sticks, firewood, Lat. sarmenta , Hdt., Ar., etc.:—the sing.

only in collective sense = ta; fruvgana , Ar.


fruØgivlo" »iØ1/4, oJ , a bird, perh. a finch, Lat. fringilla , Ar.


Fruvgio" »uØ1/4, a, on , and o", on , ( Fruvx ) Phrygian, of, from Phrygia, Eur.

2. Fr. novmoi, mevlh Phrygian music, i.e. music played on the flute, wilder than the music for the lyre, Id. Hence Frugistiv


FruØgistiv , Adv. of music, in the Phrygian mode, Plat.

fruvgw, FRU vGW

FRU vGW »u<Eth>1/4 , f. fruvxw , Dor. xw` : aor. I e[fruxa :—Pass., aor. I ejfruvcqhn , aor. 2 ejfruvghn »uØ1/4 : pf. pevfrugmai . To roast or fry, Ar.; ejretmoi`si fruvxousi they shall cook with the [wood of] the oars, Orac. ap. Hdt.:—Pass., pefrugmevnai kriqaiv roasted barley, Thuc. 2. of the sun, to parch, Lat. torrere , Theocr. Hence fruktov"


fruktov" , hv, ovn , verb. Adj. roasted, Ar.

II. as Subst., fruktov", oJ , a signal-fire, bale-fire, beacon, Aesch.; fruktoi; polevmioi ai[rontai ej" tovpon fire-signals of an enemys approach are made to a place, Thuc.


fruktwrevw , f. hvsw , to give signals by fire: —Pass., ejfruktwrhvqhsan nh`e" prosplevousai the approach of ships was signalled by beacon-fires, Thuc.; and fruktwriva


fruktwriva , hJ , a giving signals by beacons or alarmfires, telegraphing, Aesch., Ar.; and


fruktwvr on , tov , a beacon-tower, light-house, Plut. From fruktwrov"


frukt-wrov" , oJ , ( fruktov" II , ou\ro" (B)) a fire-watch, i.e. one who watches to give signals by beacon-fires, Aesch., Thuc.

fruvnh, FRU vNH

FRU vNH »u<Eth>1/4, hJ , a toad, Arist.


Fru<Eth>nivceio" , a, on , of or like Phrynichus (the Com. Poet), to; Fr. ejklaktivzein Ar.

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