γίξαι

γίξαι· χωρῆσαι, Hsch. [full] γίο· αὐτοῦ, Id. [full] γῖπον· εἶπον, Id. [full] γίς· ἱμὰς καὶ γῆ καὶ ἰσχύς (i. e. ϝίς), Id. [full] γισάμεναι· εἰδέναι, Id. [full] γίσας· φθείρας, Id.: inf.,
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γίσαι

deflower,

App.Anth. 4.73

(perh. Strat.). [full] γίσγον· ἴσον, Hsch. ([etym.] ϝίς ϝον). [full] γίσιον· μικρὸν τεῖχος, Id. (leg. γείς-). [full] γιστία· ἐσχάρα (ἐσχάτη cod.), Id. [full] γιστίαι· ἱστουργοί, Id. [full] γιστιῶ· παύσομαι, Id. [full] γισχύν· ἰσχύν, Id. [full] γιτέα· ἰτέα (ἐτέα cod.), Id. (In the above words, γ freq. = ϝ.) [full] γῖτον, τό, dub. sens. in UPZ89.14(pl., ii B. C.). [full] γίτονας, v. γείτων.

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

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