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sku`lon, SK `ULON, sku`lon

SK `ULON , tov , mostly in pl. sku`la , the arms striptoff a slain enemy, spoils, Soph ., Thuc. ; eij" sku`la gravfein to write ones name on arms taken as spoil, Eur .:—rarely in sing. , booty, spoil, prey, Id.

skuvlo", SKU vLOS

SKU vLOS »uØ1/4, eo", tov , a skin, hide, Theocr ., Anth.


sku<Eth>lo-fovro" , on , ( fevrw ) receiving the spoil, Anth.


sku<Eth>lo-ca±rhv" , ev" , ( caivrw ) delighting in spoils, Anth.

skuvmno", SKU vMNOS

SKU vMNOS , oJ , and hJ , a cub, whelp, esp. a lions whelp, Il., Hdt. , Att. ; of other animals, Eur. , Plut. ; in poets also of men, jAcivlleio" sk . Eur.


Sku`ro" , hJ , the isle of Scyros, one of the Sporades, not far from Euboea, Hom. :— Adj. Skuvrio", oJ , a Scyrian, Hdt .: —Adv ., Sku<Eth>rovqen from Scyros, Il.


skuØtavlh »a±1/4, hJ , a staff, cudgel, club, Anth.

II. at Sparta, a staff or baton, used as a cypher for writing dispatches:—a strip of leather was rolled slantwise round it, on which the dispatches were written lengthwise, so that when unrolled they were unintelligible: commanders abroad had a staff of like thickness, round which they rolled these papers, and so were able to read the dispatches:—hence skutavlh came to mean a Spartan dispatch, Thuc ., Xen. ; and generally a message, Pind. (Deriv. uncertain.)


skuØta±lhforevw , f. hvsw , to carry a club, Strab. From skutalhfovro"


skuØta±lh-fovro" , on , ( fevrw ) carrying a club, Strab.


skuØtavlion »a±1/4, tov , Dim. of skuvta±lon , Ar.


skuØta±liv" , ivdo", hJ , Dim. of skutavlh , a stick, Hdt.


skuvta±lon »uØ1/4, tov , = skutavlh I , Pind. , Hdt. , Xen.


sku<Eth>teuv" , evw", oJ , ( sku`to" ) = skutotovmo" , Ar. , Plat. , etc.


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