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(as if from a nom. * ui|" ) gen. ui|o" , dat. ui|i , acc. ui|a , dual ui|e (distinguished from the voc. sing. uiJev by the accent), pl. ui|e", uiJavsi, ui|a" :—in late Ep. we have gen. uiJh`o", uiJh`i , etc. A son, Lat. filius , Hom ., etc. ; uiJo;n poiei`sqaiv tina to adopt him as a son, Aeschin .; uiJei`" a[ndre" grown up sons, Dem. :—rarely of animals, N.T.

2. periphr., ui|e" jAcaiw`n , for jAcaioiv , Il.; cf. pai`" . [ Hom. sometimes makes the 1st syll. short, as if it were uJov".1/4


uiJwnov" , ou`, oJ , ( uiJov" ) a grandson, Hom ., Plut.


u{lagma »uØ1/4, ato", tov , ( uJlavw ) the bark of a dog, Eur .: metaph. , nhpivoi" uJlavgmasin with idle snarlings, Aesch.


uJlagmov" »uØ1/4, oJ , ( uJlavw ) a barking, baying, Il., Xen.


uJl-a±gwgevw »u<Eth>1/4 , f. hvsw , ( ajgwgov" ) to carry wood, Dem.


uJlai`o" , a, on , ( u{lh ) of the forest, savage, Theocr.


uJla±khv , hJ , ( uJlavw ) a barking, howling, Anth ., Plut.


uJla±kov-mwro" , on , always barking, still howling or yelling, Od.


uJlaktevw »uØ1/4 : aor. I uJlavkthsa : ( uJlavw ):— to bark, bay, howl, of dogs, Il., Ar. ; of hounds, to give tongue, Xen.

2. metaph ., kradivh uJlaktei` howls for rage, Od.; c. acc. cogn. to yell forth bold and shameless words, Soph .; a[mousÆ uJlaktw`n howling his uncouth songs, Eur. II. trans. to bark at, tinav Ar ., Isocr. Hence uJlakththv"


uJlakththv" , ou`, oJ , a barker, Anth.


uJla<Eth>-tovmo" , Dor. for uJlh-tovmo" .

uJlavw, JULA vW

JULA vW »uØ1/4 , only in pres. and impf. to howl, bark, bay, of dogs, Od.: so in Med. , kuvne" oujc uJlavonto


II. trans. to bark or bay at, tinav Od., Theocr. (Formed from the sound.)


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