Henry George Liddell; Robert Scott [1940], A Greek-English Lexicon; Machine readable text (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [greatscott36].
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ἴουλοςἴουλος [ῐ], ,

   A down, the first growth of the whiskers and beard, in pl., πρίν σφωϊν ὑπὸ κροτάφοισιν ἰούλους ἀνθῆσαι Od.11.319: later in sg., στείχει δ' ἴ. ἄρτι διὰ παρηΐδων A.Th.534; πρᾶτον ἴ. ἀπὸ κροτάφων καταβάλλειν Theoc.15.85; ἔτι χνοάοντας ἰούλους ἀντέλλων A.R.2.43; ὑπὸ κροτάφοισιν ἰούλους κειράμενος AP6.198 (Antip. Thess.); ἰούλοις πλῆσαι παρειάς IG14.1601.    II corn-sheaf, whence Demeter is said to be named Ἰουλώ, Semus 19, Carm.Pop.1.    2 song in honour of Demeter, Semus l.c., Apollod.Hist.149 J., Eratosth.Fr.10.    III catkin, Thphr.HP3.5.5,3.7.3; tendril, ib.3.18.11.    IV creature like the centipede, prob. the wood-louse, Arist.HA523b18, PA682b3, Thphr.Sign.19,Arat.959; earthworm, Numen. ap. Ath.7.305a.    V = ἰουλίς, Eratosth.Fr.12 (pl.). (Perh. cogn. with οὖλος, q.v.)
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Henry George Liddell; Robert Scott [1940], A Greek-English Lexicon; Machine readable text (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [greatscott36].
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