fu<Eth>leteuvw , f. sw , to adopt into a tribe, Arist.
fu<Eth>levth" , ou, oJ , ( fulhv ) one of the same tribe, a tribesman, Lat. tribulis , w\ fulevta Ar.
fu<Eth>letikov" , hv, ovn , of or for a fulevth" , tribal, Arist.
fu<Eth>lhv , hJ , ( fuvw ) like fu`lon , a race or tribe of men, kata; fulav" Xen.
II. a body of men united by ties of blood and descent, a clan, such as those among the Dorians ( f. genikhv ), Pind.; of the four old Attic Tribes, Hdt., Eur.; of the Jewish, N.T.
2. a tribe connected by local habitation, like our hundred or county, such as the ten local tribes at Athens formed by Cleisthenes ( f. topikhv ), Hdt., etc.The subdivisions of the fulai; genikaiv were fratrivai , those of the fulai; topikaiv were dh`moi .
III. the contingent of soldiers furnished by a tribe, Hdt., Thuc., etc.:later, a brigade of cavalry, Xen.; cf. fuvlarco" II .
fuØliva , hJ , a tree mentioned with the olive in Od.; either the wild olive, or the buck-thorn.
fullav" , avdo", hJ , ( fuvllon ) a heap of leaves, bed or litter of leaves, Hdt., Soph.
of a tree, Aesch.:
3. poët. for a tree or plant, f. Parnhsiva , i.e. the laurel, Eur.; f. muriovkarpo" , of a thick grove, Soph.
fullei`on , tov , mostly in pl. green-stuff, small herbs, such as mint and parsley, Ar.
fuvllino" , h, on , ( fuvllon ) of or from leaves, made of leaves, Theocr., Luc.
fullobolevw , f. hvsw , to shed the leaves, Ar. From fullobovlo"
fullo-bovlo" , on , ( bavllw ) shedding leaves, Theophr.
fullov-komo" , on , ( kovmh ) thick-leaved, Ar.
fuvllon , tov , ( flevw ) a leaf; in pl. leaves, or collectively the leaves, foliage of a tree, Hom., Hdt., etc.;
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