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μόγῐς, Aeol. μύγις Jo.Gramm.Comp.3.10: Adv., (μόγος) with toil and pain, i. e. hardly, scarcely, Il.9.355, Od.3.119, Hdt.1.116, Ev.Luc.9.39, etc.; μ. ἀνεκτοί Lys.22.10; μ. παρειποῦσ' A.Pr.131 (lyr.); μ. πολλῷ πόνῳ Id.Pers.509; τὸν μ. Ἀττικόν Pl.Com.31; πάνυ μ. Pl. Prt.360d; μ. πως Id.Chrm.155e; μ. καὶ κατ' ὀλίγον Charito 1.8; βίᾳ καὶ μ. Pl.Phd.108b.—
Cf. the post-Hom. μόλις: μόλις is rare in Att. Prose, exc. in Pl., where it is commoner than μόλις; both forms in codd. of Th. [ῑ metri gr., Il.22.412.]