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τροφ-εύω, serve as a wet-nurse, suckle, LXXEx.2.7, Ph.2.83, BGU297.16 (i A. D.), etc.: c. gen., τ. δουλικοῦ ἐγγόνου PSI10.1131.26 (i A. D.), cf. 1065.11 (ii A. D.):—
so τροφ-έω, BGU1111.10 (i B. C., Pass.), 859.4 (iv A. D.); τροφέοντο (τροφόεντο cod., corr. Porson) was read by Aristarch. in Od.3.290, and τροφέοντα is v.l. in Il.15.621.