ἔα

ἔᾱ, exclam. of surprise or displeasure,
A ha! oho! esp. before a question, ἔα, τί χρῆμα; A.Pr.300, E.Or.1573; ἔα, τίς οὗτος . . ; Id.Hec.501, cf. 733, al.; ἔα, τίς ἔσθ'; Ar.Pl.824; sts. extra versum, E. Hec.1116, Med.1005, al.; sts. doubled,

ἔ. ἔα, ἄπεχε A.Pr.688

(lyr.);

ἔα [ἔα], ἰδού S.OC1477

(lyr.).—Rare in Prose,

ἔα, ἔφη, σοφισταί τινες Pl.Prt.314d

; ἔα, τί ἡμῖν καὶ σοί; Ev.Luc.4.34.
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ἔᾱ, [dialect] Ep. and [dialect] Ion. for ἦν, [tense] impf. of εἰμί. [full] ἔᾱγα, [full] ἐάγην [pron. full] [ᾰ],
A v. ἄγνυμι. [full] ἔακεν· ἀλγεῖ, Hsch. [full] ἕᾱδα, part. ἑᾱδώς, v. ἁνδάνω. [full] ἐάλη, v. εἴλω. [full] ἐαλόν· λυπηρόν, λυτήριον, Hsch. [full] ἑάλωκα, [full] ἑαλώκειν, v. ἁλίσκομαι.

Greek-English dictionary (Αγγλικά Ελληνικά-λεξικό). 2014.

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