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Z ØUGO vN , and ZUGO vS , tov, oJ , ( cf. zeuvgnumi ) anything which joins two bodies; and so,

I. the yoke or cross-bar tied by the zugovdesmon to the end of the pole, and having zeu`glai (collars or loops) at each end, by which two horses, mules or oxen drew the plough or carriage, Hom. , etc. :— metaph. , to; douvlion z . the yoke of slavery, Hdt. ; douleiva", ajnavgkh" z . Soph. , Eur. ; ejpitiqevnai tini; zuga; tou` mh; . ., so as to prevent. ., Xen.

2. a pair, Eur. ; kata; zugav in pairs, Theocr.
II. the cross-bar joining the horns of the fovrmigx , along which the strings were fastened, Il.
III. in pl. the thwarts joining the opposite sides of a ship or boat, the benches, Lat. transtra , Od., Hdt. ; in sing. , Soph. :— metaph. , to; povleo" z . Eur.

2. the middle of the three banks in a trireme; metaph. , oiJ ejpi; zugw`/ dorov" those on the upper bench, Aesch.

IV. the beam of the balance, Dem .:— the balance itself, Plat.
V. karcasivou z . the yard-arm at the masthead, Pind.
VI. a rank or line of soldiers, opp. to a file, Thuc.


zuØgosta±tevw , f. hvsw , to weigh by the balance, Luc.


zuØgo-stavth" »a±1/4, ou, oJ , ( i{sthmi ) a public officer, who looked to the weights.


zuØgovfin , Ep. gen. of zugovn .


zuØgo-fovro" , on , ( fevrw ) bearing the yoke, Eur.


zuØgovw , f. wvsw , ( zugovn ) to yoke together, z. kiqavran to put the cross-bar to the lyre, Luc.


zuØgwqrivzw , ( zugovn IV) to weigh, examine, Ar.


zuØgwtov" , hv, ovn , ( zugovw ) yoked, Soph.


zuvmh »u<Eth>1/4, hJ , ( zevw ) leaven: metaph. of corruption, falsehood, N.T. Hence zumivth"


zu<Eth>mivth" »i<Eth>1/4 , masc. Adj. leavened, Xen.


zu<Eth>movw , f. wvsw , ( zuvmh ) to leaven, N.T.

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