Henry George Liddell; Robert Scott [1940], A Greek-English Lexicon; Machine readable text (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [greatscott44].
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λειπώδινλειπώδῑν, ῑνος, ,

   A past bearing children, Suid. λείρινοςλείρ-ῐνος, η, ον,

   A made of lilies, χρῖσμα Dsc.3.102; ἔλαιον Gal.19.119.    II like a lily, ἄνθος prob. in Thphr.HP3.18.11. λειριόειςλειρ-ιόεις, εσσα, εν, prop.

   A like a lily, but in Hom. only metaph., χρόα λειριόεντα lily skin, Il.13.830; of the cicadae, ὄπα λειριόεσσαν their delicate voice, 3.152; of the Muses' voice, Hes.Th.41; Ἑσπερίδες Q.S.2.418.    2 of the lily, κάρη Nic.Al.406. λείριονλείρ-ιον, τό,

   A Madonna lily, Lilium candidum, prob.in Thphr.HP9.16.6; = κρίνον, Dsc.3.102, cf. h.Cer.427, Hp.Mul.2.179, A.R.1.879.    II polyanthus narcissus, Narcissus Tazetta, Thphr.HP6.8.1, 7.13.4, Dsc.4.158.    III autumn narcissus, Narcissus serotinus, Thphr.HP6.6.9; narcissus in general, ib.1.13.2. λειριοπολφανεμώνηλειρ-ιοπολφᾰνεμώνη, ,

   A omelet made with lilies, etc., Pherecr.130.8. λείριοςλείρ-ιος, ον,

   A = λειριόεις, ἄνθεμον Pi.N.7.79.    II of the voice, A.R.4.903, Orph.A.253.    III of the eyes of youth, ὄμματα B.16.95. λειριώδηςλειρ-ιώδης, ες,

   A like a lily, εὐωδία Thphr.HP3.13. λειρόςλειρ-ός, ά, όν, = λειριόεις, of the voice, τέττιξ γλυκεροῖς χείλεσι λειρὰ χέων IG14.1934f6. λειρώςλειρώς· ὁ ἰσχνὸς καὶ ὠχρός. καὶ ληρίας λέγουσι κύνας, τὰς κατισχνωμένας καὶ ἀποβαλούσας τρίχας. ἢ τὸν μικρὸν λαγών, Hsch. λεϊστός, ή, όν,

   A v. ληϊστός. λείστριονλείστριον, τό,

   A = λίστριον, tool for smoothing stone, IG7.3073.119, al. (Lebadea). λείτειραιλείτειραι· ἱέρειαι, Hsch. (Cf. λῄτειρα). λειτῖνος· πέμματος εἶδος, Id. λειτνεία, dub. sens. in POxy.1740.12 (iii/iv A.D.). λειτόν· βλάσφημον, Hsch. λειτορεύωλειτορεύω (λείτωρ),

   A = ἱερεύω, IG9(2).397.1, 1228.3, al. (Thess.), Arch.Pap.9.215 (Egypt?). λειτουργέωλειτουργ-έω, earlier Att. λητουργέω IG22.1147.6 (iv B.C.), etc. (λειτ- 22.665.11 (282 B.C.)): pf.

   A λελειτούργηκα Lys.18.7, Is.6.60, Isoc.15.145:    I at Athens, serve public offices at one's own cost, And.1.132, al., D.27.64: c. acc. cogn., λ. τὰ προσταττόμενα Is.6.61; δύο λειτουργίας D.50.9, cf. Lys.3.47; λ. ὑπέρ τινος serve these offices for another, Is.3.80, 6.64; τὰ λελειτουργημένα public services performed, D.21.169.    II generally, perform public duties, serve the state, τῇ πόλει X.Mem.2.7.6; ἐκ τῆς ἰδίας οὐσίας ὑμῖν λ. Isoc.8.13; τὸ ταῖς οὐσίαις λειτουργοῦν, ὃ καλοῦμεν εὐπόρους Arist.Pol.1291a34; τοῖς σώμασιν καὶ τοῖς χρήμασιν λ. Id.Ath.29.5; λ. τοῖς σώμασιν D.21.165; τὸ περὶ τὰς ἀρχὰς λ. Arist.Pol.1291a35; λ. τῇ πόλει ταύτην τὴν λειτουργίαν ib.37, cf. Plb.6.33.6; λ. πρὸς τεκνοποιΐαν Arist.Pol.1335b28; ἄρχειν καὶ λ. POxy.1119.16 (iii A.D.).    III generally, serve a master, c. dat., οἱ ἑνὶ λειτουργοῦντες τὰ τοιαῦτα δοῦλοι [εἰσι] Arist.Pol. 1278a12, cf. PSI4.361.15 (iii B.C.), Nic.Dam.4 J.; λ. τρισὶν ἀνδράσιν, of a prostitute, AP5.48 (Gallus).    2 perform religious service, minister, ἐπὶ τῶν ἱερῶν D.H.2.22; τῷ Κυρίῳ Act.Ap.13.2, etc. (Written λιτ- in Rev.Et.Anc.32.5 (Athens, i B.C.), etc., cf. λειτούργιον, λειτουργός.) λειτούργημαλειτούργ-ημα, ατος, τό,

   A performance of a public service, D.H.6.40, Plu. Ages.36, POxy.1412.14 (iii A.D.), Jul.Or.1.21d.    2 performance of religious ritual, LXX Nu.4.32. λειτουργησίαλειτουργ-ησία, , = foreg. 1, prob. l. in Philostr.VS2.26.1;

   A tenure of municipal office, POxy.1413.17 (iii A.D.). λειτουργήσιμοςλειτουργ-ήσιμος, ον,

   A for service, σκεύη LXX 1 Ch.28.13. λειτουργίαλειτουργ-ία, , earlier Att. λητ- IG22.1140.14 (386 B.C.):—at Athens, and elsewhere (e.g. Siphnos, Isoc.19.36; Mitylene, Antipho 5.77),

   A public service performed by private citizens at their own expense, And.4.42, Lys.21.19, etc.; λ. ἐγκύκλιοι ordinary, i.e. annual, liturgies, D.20.21; λειτουργίαι μετοίκων, opp. πολιτικαἰ, ib.18.    II any public service or work, PHib. 1.78.4 (iii B.C.), etc.; ὁ ἐπὶ τῶν λειτουργιῶν τεταγμένος, in an army, the officer who superintended the workmen, carpenters, etc., Plb.3.93.4; οἱ ἐπί τινα λ. ἀπεσταλμένοι Id.10.16.5: generally, military duty, UPZ15.25 (pl., ii B.C.).    2 generally, any service or function, ἡ πρώτη φανερὰ τοῖς ζῴοις λ. διὰ τοῦ στόματος οὖσα Arist.PA650a9, cf. 674b9, 20, IA 711b30; φιλικὴν ταύτην λ. Luc.Salt.6.    3 service, ministration, help, 2 Ep.Cor.9.12, Ep.Phil.2.30.    III public service of the gods, αἱ πρὸς τοὺς θεοὺς λ. Arist.Pol.1330a13; αἱ τῶν θεῶν θεραπεῖαι καὶ λ. D.S.1.21, cf. UPZ17.17 (ii B.C.), PTeb.302.30 (i A.D.), etc.; the service or ministry of priests, LXX Nu.8.25, Ev.Luc.1.23. λειτουργικόςλειτουργ-ικός, ή, όν,

   A of or for λειτουργία, LXX Ex.31.10, al.; ἡμέραι (in temples) PTeb.88.6 (ii B.C.); ministering, πνεύματα Ep.Hebr.1.14: Subst. -κόν (sc. τέλος), τό, prob. a tax paid in lieu of labour performed, PPetr.2p.129 (iii B.C.), PTeb.5.49 (ii B.C.), al.:—in form λειτουργιακός Cat.Cod.Astr.7.209.19. λειτούργιονλειτούργ-ιον, τό,

   A subsidiary action springing out of a trial, Plin.Ep.2.11,12 (λιτ- codd., cf. λειτουργέω ad fin.). λειτουργόςλειτουργ-ός, , (λήϊτος, ἔργον)

   A one who performed a λειτουργία (q.v.), POxy.82.3 (iii A.D.), etc.; λ. τῶν ἐν παισὶ λειτουργιῶν CIG2881.13, cf. 2882, 2886 (Branchidae).    II public servant, ἡ στάσις τῶν λ. [τοῦ Σαλομῶνος] LXX 3 Ki.10.5; of workmen, carpenters, etc., οἰκοδόμοι καὶ λ. PPetr.3p.139 (iii B.C.), cf. Plb.3.93.5; at Magnesia, an official of the γερουσία, Inscr.Magn.116.17; = Lat.lictor, Plu.Rom.26: metaph., λ. τῆς χρείας μου ministering to my need, Ep.Phil.2.25.    2 private servant, LXX 2 Ki.13.18.    III in religioussense, minister, [θεοῦ] ib.Ps.102(103).21, Ep.Rom.13.6, al.; τῶν θεῶν D.H.2.22, cf. 73; τῶν ἁγίων λ. Ep.Hebr.8.2; θεοῖς λιτουργοί (sic) Rev.Et.Anc.32.5 (Athens, i B.C.); attendant at sacrifices, acolyte, IG3.1005, al.    IV Astrol., λειτουργοί, οἱ, astral gods subordinate to the δεκανοί, Iamb.Myst.9.2, Firm.2.4.4, Mart.Cap.2.200.
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