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spiØqa±mhv , hJ , the space one can span with the thumb and little finger, a span, Lat. dodrans , about 7 1/2 inches, Hdt ., Plat. (Deriv. uncertain.)


spiØla±d-wvdh" , e" , ( ei\do" ) rock-like: rocky, Strab.

spi lav", SPI LA vS, spilav"

SP ØILA vS , avdo", hJ , a rock over which the sea dashes, a ledge of rock, Od.:—generally, a slab, Soph.

spivlo", SPI vLOS, spivlo"

SPI vLOS »iØ1/4, oJ , a spot, stain, blemish, N.T. Hence spilovw


spiØlovw , f. wvsw , to stain, soil, N.T .: —Pass ., pf. part. ejspilwmevno" Ib.


spinqa±riv" , ivdo", hJ , = spinqhvr , a spark, h. Hom.

spinqhvr, SPINQH vR

SPINQH vR , h`ro", oJ , a spark, Lat. scintilla , Il., Ar.

spivno", SPI vNOS

SPI vNOS , oJ , a bird of the finch kind, the siskin, Ar.


splagcneuvw , f. sw , to eat the inwards ( splavgcna ) of a victim after a sacrifice, Ar.

II. to prophesy from the inwards, Strab.


splagcnivzomai , Dep. to feel compassion, mercy, N.T.


splavgcnon , tov :—mostly in pl. splavgcna , the inward parts, esp. the viscera thoracis, i.e. heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, which in sacrifices were reserved to be eaten by the sacrificers, Hom. , etc. :—hence the sacrificial feast, Lat. visceratio , Ar .:—also as used in divination, Aesch. , etc.

2. any part of the inwards, the womb, Pind ., Soph. : so in sing. , Aesch.
II. metaph ., like our heart, the seat of the feelings and affections, Id., Eur. , etc. :—so in sing. , Soph. , Eur. ; ajndro;" splavgcnon ejkmaqei`n to learn a mans inward nature, Eur. (Deriv. uncertain.)

splhvn, SPLH vN

SPLH vN , oJ , gen. splhnov" , the milt, spleen, Hdt.


spoggiav , hJ , = spovggo" , a sponge, Ar.


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