Henry George Liddell; Robert Scott [1940], A Greek-English Lexicon; Machine readable text (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [greatscott01].
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V. General List of Abbreviations

NOTE.—This list contains:
(1) Abbreviations used in the Lexicon or in Lists I-IV, but not explained in those lists. (2) Abbreviations explained in List I but out of their alphabetical order. For all names of authors List I is to be consulted; the note 'v. I' has been added only to names of works cited without an author's name. (3) All abbreviations explained in Lists II-IV, with references to those lists. It does not contain titles of works given in List I under the author's name or under Anonymus.
A. = Aeschylus AB = Anecdota Graeca, v. I A.D. = Apollonius Dyscolus AEM, v. IV AJA, v. IV AJP, v. IV AP, APl., v. Anthologia Graeca A.R. = Apollonius Rhodius Abh.Berl.Akad., v. IV. abs. = absolute, absolutely acc. = accusative acc. to = according to Act. = Active Act.Ap. = Acts of the Apostles ad loc. = ad locum Adj. = Adjective Adv., Advbs. = Adverb, Adverbs Aeol. = Aeolic Aesch.Alex. = Aeschylus Alexan- drinus afterwds. = afterwards Agath. = Agathias Al. = ἄλλοι, v. Vetus Testamentum al. = alibi (i.e. elsewhere in the same author) Alc. = Alcaeus Alcm. = Alcman Alex. = Alexis, when followed di- rectly by a number, otherwise = Alexander Amm.Marc. = Ammianus Marcel- linus An.Ox.,Par. = Anecdota Oxonien- sia, Parisiensia, v. I anap. = anapaests Anat. = in Anatomy Anatolian Studies, v. II And. = Andocides Anecd.Stud. = Anecdota Graeca et Latina, ed. R. Schoell & G. Studemund, v. I Ann.Épigr., v. IV Annales du Service, v. IV Annuario, v. IV Ant.Diog. = Antonius Diogenes Ant.Lib. = Antoninus Liberalis Antip. = Antipater Antiph. = Antiphanes aor. = aorist ap. = apud (quoted in) Ap.Ty. = Apollonius Tyanensis Apoc. = Apocalypse Apollon. = Apollonius App. = Appianus App.Anth., v. Anthologia Graeca Appellat. = Appellative apptly. = apparently Ar. = Aristophanes Ar.Byz. = Aristophanes Byzanti- nus Ar.Did. = Arius Didymus [lect Arc. = Arcadius or Arcadian dia- Arch. = Archias Arch.Anz., v. IV Ἀρχ.Δελτ., v. IV Ἀρχ.Ἐφ., v. IV Arch.Pap., v. IV Archit. = in Architecture Arg. = Argive or Argument Arist. = Aristoteles Aristoph. = Aristophanes (the Homeric critic) Arm. = Armenian Art. = Article Ascl. = Asclepiodotus or Ascle- pius Asclep. = Asclepiades Asp. = Aspasius Astrol. = in Astrology Atene e Roma, v. IV Ath. = Athenaeus Ath.Mitt., v. IV Ἀθηνᾶ, v. IV Att. = Attic dialect augm. = augment Aus. = Ausonius Ausonia, v. IV Avest. = Avestan B. = Bacchylides BCH, v. IV BGU, v. III BKT, v. III BMus.Inscr., v. II BpW, v. IV BSA, v. IV Bacch. = Bacchius Benndorf-Niemann Reisen in Ly- kien, v. II Berl.Sitzb., v. IV Bgk. = Bergk Bilabel Ὀψαρτ., v. III Blomf. = Blomfield Boeot. = Boeotian dialect Buttm. = Philipp Buttmann Byz. = Byzantine CAF = T. Kock, Comicorum Atti- corum Fragmenta, 3 vols., Leipzig 1880-8 CGF = G. Kaibel, Comicorum Graecorum Fragmenta, vol. i fasc. i (all published), Berlin 1899 CIA, v. IG in II CIG, v. II CIL, v. II CMG = Corpus Medicorum Grae- corum, Leipzig 1908- CPHerm., v. III CPR, v. III CQ, v. IV CR, v. IV CRAcad.Inscr., v. IV c. gen. pers., etc. = cum genitivo personae, etc. ca. = circa Call. = Callimachus Call.Com. = Callias Comicus Call.Hist. = Callias Historicus Callin. = Callinus Carm. = Carmen, Carmina, v. I Cerc. = Cercidas Cercop. = Cercopes, v. I Certamen, v. I cf. = confer, conferatur Chron.Lind., v. II cj. = conjecture, conjectured by Cleobul. = Cleobulus Cod. = Codex, v. I cod., codd. = codex, codices cogn. = cognate coll. or collect. = collective Coll.Alex. = J. U. Powell, Col- lectanea Alexandrina, Oxford 1925 collat. = collateral Com. = Comedy, Comic, in the language of the Comic writers Com.Adesp., v. I Comm.in Arist.Graeca = Commen- taria in Aristotelem Graeca Comp. = Comparative compd. = compound compos. = composition Const. Δέδωκεν, v. Justinianus Const.omnem, v. Justinianus Conj. = Conjunction conj. = conjunctive constr. = construction contr. = contracted, contraction copul. = copulative Corc. = Corcyra. Corcyraean Corp.Herm., v. I correl. = correlative Cret. = Cretan Cypr. = Cypria (v. I) or Cyprian dialect D. = Demosthenes D.C. = Dio Cassius D.Chr. = Dio Chrysostomus D.H. = Dionysius Halicarnassen- sis D.L. = Diogenes Laertius D.P. = Dionysius Periegeta D.S. = Diodorus Siculus D.T. = Dionysius Thrax Dam. = Damascius dat. = dative Decr. = Decretum defect. = defective Delph.3(1), (2), v. II Dem.Bith. = Demosthenes Bithy- nus Dem.Ophth. = Demosthenes, Ophthalmicorum Scriptor Dem.Phal. = Demetrius Phale- reus, Historicus demonstr. = demonstrative Dep. = Deponent Verb deriv. = derived, derivation, de- rivative Desiderat. = Desiderative difft. = different Dig. = Digesta, v. I Dim. = Diminutive Din. = Dinarchus Dind. = Dindorf (W. or L.) Diog. = Diogenes Dion.Byz. = Dionysius Byzantius Dioph. = Diophantus dissim. = dissimilated dist., distd., distn. = distinct, dis- tinguished, distinction disyll. = disyllable Docum. = Documentum Dor. = Doric downwds. = downwards Dsc. = Dioscorides Medicus dub., dub. l., dub. sens. = dubious, dubia lectio, dubio sensu E. = Euripides EGF = G. Kinkel, Epicorum Grae- corum Fragmenta i (all pub- lished), Leipzig (T.) 1877 EM = Etymologicum Magnum e.g. = exempli gratia Ecphant. = Ecphantus ed. = edited by edd. = editors Edict. Diocl., v. II Eleg.Alex.Adesp., v. I ellipt. = elliptically Elmsl. = Elmsley elsewh. = elsewhere enclit. = enclitic Ep. = Epice, in the Epic dialect Ep. = Epistula, rarely Epigram Ep.Col., etc. = Epistle to the Colos- sians, etc., v. Novum Testa- mentum Ἐφ.Ἀρχ., v. IV Eph.Epigr., v. II Ephes.2, v. II Epic. = Epicus Epic.Alex.Adesp., v. I Epic. = Epidaurus Epig. = Epigenes or Epigonus Epigoni, v. I Epigr. = Epigram Epigr.Gr. v. II Epin. = Epinicus Epist. Charact. = Characteres Epi- stolici, v. I Epistolographi = R. Hercher, Epi- stolographi Graeci, Paris (D.) 1873 epith. = epithet equiv. = equivalent Eranos, v. IV Erotici = R. Hercher, Erotici Scriptores Graeci, Leipzig (T.) 1858-9 esp. = especially Et.Gen. = Etymologicum Genui- num Et.Gud. = Etymologicum Gudia- num etc. = et cetera (i. e. in other authors) etym. = etymology, etymologic- ally Eub. = Eubulus Euc. = Euclides Eup. = Eupolis Euph. = Euphorio euph. or euphon. = euphonic euphem. = euphemistic, euphe- mistically Eust. = Eustathius Eustr. = Eustratius Ev.Jo., etc. = Gospel according to John, etc., v. Novum Testa- mentum exc. = except exclam. = exclamation expl., expld. = explanation, ex- plained FGrH = F. Jacoby, Fragmente der griechischen Historiker, Berlin 1923- FHG = C. Müller, Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum, 5 vols., Paris (D) 1841-70 FPG = F. W. A. Mullach, Frag- menta Philosophorum Grae- corum, 3 vols., Paris (D.) 1860-81 f.l. = falsa lectio fem. = feminine fin. = sub finem Foed. = Foedus Foed.Delph.Pell., v. II folld. = followed foreg. = foregoing fort. = fortasse Fr. = Fragment fr. = from freq. = frequent, frequently Frequentat. = Frequentative Verb fut. = future GDI, v. II GGM = C. Müller, Geographici Graeci Minores, Paris (D.) 1855-61 Gal. = Galenus gen. or genit. = genitive Geom. = in Geometry Germ. = German Gloss. = Glossaria, v. I Glotta, v. IV Goth. = Gothic Gött.gel.Anz., v. IV Gött. Nachr., v. IV. Gp. = Geoponica, v. I Gr. = Greek Gramm. = Grammarians, in the language of the Grammarians Gramm. Lat. = H. Keil, Gram- matici Latini, Leipzig 1855-80 HGM = L. Dindorf, Historici Graeci Minores, Leipzig (T.) 1870-1 h.Ap., etc. = Hymnus ad Apol- linem, etc., v. sq. h.Hom. = hymni Homerici Halic. = Halicarnassus Haussoullier Milet, v. II Hdn. = Herodianus Hdt. = Herodotus Heb. = Ἑβραῖος, v. Vetus Testa- mentum Hebr. = Hebrew Hell.Oxy. = Hellenica Oxyrhyn- chia, v. I Hemerolog.Flor., v. I Heracl. = Heraclas Herc., v. III Herm. = Hermann, Hermes, or Hermias Hermes, v. IV Herod. = Herodas Herod.Med. = Herodotus Medi- cus Hes. = Hesiodus heterocl. = heteroclite heterog. = heterogeneous hex. = hexameters Hippiatr., v. I Hist.Aug. = Historiae Augustae Scriptores, v. I Hld. = Heliodorus, Scriptor Ero- ticus Hp. = Hippocrates Hsch. = Hesychius Hymn. = Hymnus, Hymni, v. I hyperdor. = hyperdorian I.-E., I.-Eur. = Indo-European IG, v. II IGRom., v. II IPE, v. II i.e. = id est ib. = ibidem (i.e. in the same work) ibid. = ibidem (i.e. in the same passage) Icel. = Icelandic Id. = Idem Il. = Iliad imper. = imperative impers. = impersonal impf. = imperfect inc.loc. = incerto loco ind. or indic. = indicative indecl. = indeclinable indef. = indefinite inf. = infinitive init. = ad initium Inscr. = Inscription Inscr.Cos, Cypr., etc., v. II insep. = inseparable instr. = instrumental intens. = intensive interp. or interpol. = interpolated interpr. = interpreted, interpreta- tion interrog. = interrogative intr. = intransitive Ion. = Ionic irreg. = irregular Is. = Isaeus Iterat. = Iterative Izv.Arch.Comm., v. IV J. = Josephus JHS, v. IV JRS, v. IV Jahrb., v. IV Jahresh., v. IV Jo. = Joannes Jusj. = Jusjurandum Keil-Premerstein, v. II Klio, v. IV LF, LW, v. II l. = lege l. c., ll. cc. = loco citato, locis citatis Lacon. = Laconian Lat. = Latin Leg.Gort., v. II Leg.Sacr., v. II leg. = legendum Leipz.Stud., v. IV lengthd. = lengthened Leon. = Leonidas (two epigram- matists) Leonid. = Leonidas Medicus Lett. = Lettish Lex = Lex (law) Lex. = Lexicon, v. I lit. = literally, literal Lit.Crit. = in Literary Criticism Lith. = Lithuanian Liv.Ann., v. IV Lob. = C. A. Lobeck loc. = locative Lyc. = Lycophron Lyr. = Lyricus, Lyric poetry Lyr.Adesp., v. I Lyr.Alex.Adesp., v. I Lys. = Lysias Lysim. = Lysimachus M.Ant. = Marcus Antoninus, v. Marcus ME., MHG., etc. = Middle Eng- lish, Middle High German, etc. Magn. = Magnes Man. = Manetho Mantiss Prov., v. I Mar.Vict. = Marius Victorinus Marc.Arg. = Marcus Argentarius Marc.Sid. = Marcellus Sidetes Margites, v. I Marm.Par., v. II masc. = masculine Math. = in Mathematics Med. = Medium, Middle Medic. = in medical writers Megar. = Megarian Megalop. = Megalopolis Mein. = Meineke Mel. = Meleager Meliss. = Melissus Men. = Menander Mess. = Messenian metaph. = metaphorically, meta- phorical metaplast. = metaplastice metath. = metathesis metr. = metrically metrigr. = metri gratia Michel, v. II Milet.3, 6, 7, v. II Mitteis Chr., v. III Mnemos, v. IV Mod. = modern Moer. = Moeris Mon.Anc.Gr., v. II Mon.Ant., v. IV Mosch. = Moschus Μους. Σμυρν., v. IV Mus.Belg., v. IV Music. = in musical writers NT = Novum Testamentum n. pr. = nomen proprium neg. = negative neut. or n. = neuter Nic. = Nicander or Nicias Nic.Dam. = Nicolaus Damascenus nom. = nominative Nosti, v. I Not.Scav., v. IV OE. = Old English OGI, v. II OHG. = Old High German OIr. = Old Irish Od. = Odyssey oft. = often opp. = opposed to opt. = optative Orac. = Oraculum Orat.Att. = J. G. Baiter and H. Sauppe, Oratores Attici, Zurich 1839-50 orat. obliq. = oratio obliqua Oratt. = Oratores Attici Orchom. = Orchomenos orig. = originally Osc. = Oscan Ostr., v. III Ostr.Strassb.. v. III Oxy. = POxy., q. v. (III) oxyt. = oxytone PAlex. and other abbrevs. begin- ning with P, v. III PLG = T. Bergk, Poetae Lyrici Graeci4, Leipzig 1882 (reprint 1914-15) PPF = H. Diels, Poetarum Philo- sophorum Fragmenta, Berlin 1901 Pall. = Palladius or Palladas Pamph. = Pamphylian Pap. = Papyrus paratrag. = paratragoedia Parm. = Parmenides Parmen. = Parmenio parod. = parody Paroemiographi = E. L. von Leutsch & F. G. Schneidewin, Corpus Paroemiographorum Graecorum, Göttingen 1839-51 parox. = paroxytone part. = participle partit. = partitive Pass. = Passive Patron. = Patronymic pecul. = peculiar perh. = perhaps Peripl.M.Rubr., v. I perispom. = perispomenon pers., person. = person, personal Petersen-Luschan Reisen in Ly- kien, v. II pf. or perf. = perfect Ph. = Philo Phan. = Phanias Phil. = Philippus Epigrammaticus Phil.Wochenschr., v. IV Philet. = Philetas Philipp.Com. = Philippus Comi- cus Philol. = Philolaus Philol., v. IV Philonid. = Philonides; for Vit. Philonid. v. infr. Philos. = in Philosophy Phld. = Philodemus Philosophus Phlp. = Philoponus Phoen. = Phoenix Pi. = Pindarus pl. = plural Pl. = Plato Placit., v. I Plb. = Polybius Plin. = Pliny plpf. = pluperfect Poet. = Poeta, poetical Pors. = Porson post-Hom. = post-Homeric pr. n. = proper name Prep. = Preposition pres. = present Prisc. = Priscus Historicus Prisc Lyd. = Priscianus Lydus Priscian.Inst. = Priscianus Gram- maticus, Institutio priv. = privative prob. = probable, probably prob. for = probably to be read instead of prob. l. = probable reading Pron. = Pronoun prop. = properly proparox. = proparoxytone properisp. = properispomenon prov. = proverbially, proverbial Q.S. = Quintus Smyrnaeus q.v., qq. v. = quod vide, quae vide qn. = question Quint. = Quintilianus or Quinta Versio (v. Vetus Testamentum) radic. = radical Ramsay Cities and Bishoprics, v. II Recueil de Travaux, v. IV reflex. = reflexive regul. = regular, regularly relat. = relative rest. = restoration Rev.Arch., v. IV Rev.Épigr., v. IV Rev.Ét.Gr., v. IV Rev.Phil., v. IV Rh. = Rhetores Graeci, ed. Walz Rh.Mus., v. IV Rhet. = Rhetorical, Rhetoric Rhet. = L. Spengel, Rhetores Graeci, 3 vols., Leipzig (T.) 1853-6: i pars ii, iterum ed. C. Hammer 1894 Riv.Fil., v. IV Roussel Cultes Égyptiens, v. II Ruf. = Rufus Rufin. = Rufinus Ruhnk. = Ruhnken Rüsch, v. II S. = Sophocles S.E. = Sextus Empiricus SIG, v. II SRAM = C. Müller, Scriptores Rerum Alexandri Magni, Paris (D., post Arrianum) 1846 SVF = H. von Arnim, Stoicorum Veterum Fragmenta, Leipzig 1903 s.v. = sub voce s.v.l. = si vera lectio Sammelb., v. III sc. = scilicet Sch. = Scholia; see under several authors Schneid. = Schneider Schw. = Schweighäuser Schwyzer, v. II Scol. = Scolia sens.obsc. = sensu obsceno Sext. = Sextus Philosophus or Sexta Versio (v. Vetus Testa- mentum) sg. = singular shd. = should shortd. = shortened signf. = signification Skt. = Sanskrit Slav. = Slavonic Sm. = Symmachus sq, sqq. = sequens, sequentia St.Byz. = Stephanus Byzantius Stad. = Stadiasmus, v. I Stoic. = SVF, q. v. Str. = Strabo strengthd. = strengthened sts. = sometimes Stud.Ital. = Studi italiani di filo- logia classica, 1893- Stud.Pal., v. III Stud.Pont., v. II sub. = subaudi subj. = subjunctive Subst. = Substantive Sup. = Superlative Supp.Com. = J.Demiańczuk,Sup- plementum Comicum, Cracow 1912 Supp.Epigr., v. II Supp.Lyr. = E Diehl, Supplemen- tum Lyricum3, Bonn 1917 suppl. = supplement Surg. = in Surgery susp., susp. l. = suspected, sus- pecta lectio syll. = syllable sync = syncopated Syngr. = Syngrapha synon. = synonymous Syrac. = Syracuse, Syracusan TAM, v. II TGF = A. Nauck, Tragicorum Graecorum Fragmenta2, Leip- zig 1889 t.t. = technical term Tab.Defix, v. II Tab.Defix.Aud., v. II Tab Heracl., v. II Tarent. = Tarentum, Tarentine termin. = termination Test. Testimonium Test.Epict, v. II Th. = Thucydides Thd. = Theodotion Theb.Ostr., v. III Thebaïs, v. I Them. = Themistius Themist. = Themistocles Theo Sm. = Theon Smyrnaeus Theoc. = Theocritus Theod. = Theodorus Theol.Ar., v. I Thess. = Thessalian Thgn. = Theognis Thphr. = Theophrastus Ti.Locr. = Timaeus Locrus Tim. = Timotheus Lyricus Tim.Com. = Timotheus Comicus Tim.Gaz. = Timotheus Gazaeus Tim.Lex. = Timaeus Grammati- cus tit. = titulus Titanomach. = Titanomachia, v. I tm. = tmesis Trag. = Tragic, Tragedy, in the language of the Tragic writers Trag.Adesp., v. I tians. = transitive trisyll. = trisyllable Tryph. = Tryphiodorus Tull.Sab. = Sabinus (q.v.), Tullius Tyrrhen. = Tyrrhenian UPZ, v. III Umbr. = Umbrian usu. = usually v. = vide; also voce or vocem v.h.v. = vide hanc vocem v.l., vv.ll. = varia lectio, variae lectiones Ved. = Vedic verb. Adj. = verbal Adjective Vit.Philonid. = VitaPhilonidisEpi- curei, v. I voc. = voce, vocem; also vocative Vorsokr. = H. Diels, Fragmente der Vorsokratiker4, Berlin 1922 WkP, v. IV Wien.Stud., v. IV Wiener Denkschr., v. IV Wilcken Chr., v. III X. = Xenophon X.Eph. = Xenophon Ephesius Xenoph. = Xenophanes Zeitschr.d.Savigny-Stiftung, v.IV Zen. = Zenobius Zon. = Zonas

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Henry George Liddell; Robert Scott [1940], A Greek-English Lexicon; Machine readable text (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [greatscott01].
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