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ὀπώρᾱ

First declension Noun; Feminine 자동번역 Transliteration:

Principal Part: ὀπώρᾱ ὀπώρας

Structure: ὀπωρ (Stem) + ᾱ (Ending)

Sense

  1. the part of the year between the rising of Sirius and of Arcturus, the end of summer;
  2. autumn
  3. fruit
  4. (figuratively) summer-bloom,

Declension

First declension

The inflection forms above were generated by rules and some usages of them were not attested.

Due to a bug of system, some forms may display wrong accents.

Examples

  • ὅτι δ’ ἐν ταῖσ Ἀθήναισ διηνεκεῖσ ἦσαν αἱ ὀπῶραι πᾶσαι, μαρτυρεῖ Ἀριστοφάνησ ἐν Ὥραισ. (Athenaeus, The Deipnosophists, Book 14, book 14, chapter 68 3:9)
  • πολλὰ γοῦν πολλάκισ ὀπωρῶν ὀστᾶ μέγιστα καταπίνουσι πάμπολλοι καί τισ δακτύλιον χρυσοῦν ἐν τῷ στόματι φυλάττων ἄκων κατέπιε καὶ ἄλλοσ τισ νόμισμα καὶ ἄλλοσ ἄλλο τι σκληρὸν καὶ δυσκατέργαστον, ἀλλ’ ὅμωσ ἅπαντεσ οὗτοι Ῥᾳδίωσ ἀπεπάτησαν, ἃ κατέπιον, οὐδενὸσ αὐτοῖσ ἀκολουθήσαντοσ συμπτώματοσ. (Galen, On the Natural Faculties., G, section 410)
  • ἄλσεσί τε καὶ ὀπώραισ δι’ ἔτουσ καὶ κρήναισ ἀενάοισ, ἔτι δὲ μᾶλλον τὸ τῆσ Καλυψοῦσ, ἅτε ὡραίασ καὶ φιλανθρώπου θεᾶσ, ἐν νήσῳ καθ’ αὑτὴν ἀπῳκισμένησ· (Dio, Chrysostom, Orationes, 50:1)
  • ὦ χαῖρ’ Ὀπώρα, καὶ σὺ δ’ ὦ Θεωρία. (Aristotle, Peace, Choral, strophe 3 1:4)
  • "εἶτα νύκτωρ καὶ καθ’ ἡσυχίαν γλυκεῖ’ ὀπώρα φύλακοσ ἐκλελοιπότοσ. (Plutarch, Amatorius, section 521)
  • χαλεπὸν οὖν ἐστιν, ἄνδρεσ φίλοι, τὸ μεθύειν καὶ καλῶσ πρὸσ τοὺσ οὕτωσ λάπτοντασ τὸν οἶνον ὁ αὐτὸσ Ἄλεξισ ἐν Ὀπώρᾳ ἑταίρασ δ’ ὄνομα τὸ δρᾶμα ἔχει φησίν οἶνον πολὺν οὐ κεκραμένον σὺ πίνεισ μεστὸσ ὢν κοὐκ ἐξεμεῖσ. (Athenaeus, The Deipnosophists, Book 10, book 10, chapter 61 3:4)
  • καὶ ἄλλα δὲ πολλά, ὦναιδέσ, δράματα ἀπὸ ἑταιρῶν ἔσχε τὰσ ἐπιγραφάσ, Θάλαττα Διοκλέουσ, Φερεκράτουσ Κοριαννώ, Εὐνίκου ἢ Φιλυλλίου Ἄντεια, Μενάνδρου δὲ Θαὶσ καὶ Φάνιον, Ἀλέξιδοσ Ὀπώρα, Εὐβούλου Κλεψύδρα. (Athenaeus, The Deipnosophists, Book 13, book 13, chapter 21 4:4)
  • τέρειν’ ὀπώρα δ’ εὐφύλακτοσ οὐδαμῶσ· (Aeschylus, Suppliant Women, episode, trochees8)

Synonyms

  1. autumn

  2. fruit

  3. summer-bloom

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