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θύω (B) [ῡ], aor. ἔθῡσα Call.Fr.82:—
rage, seethe, ἄνεμος μὲν ἐπαύσατο λαίλαπι θύων Od.12.400; Ζέφυρος μεγάλῃ σὺν λαίλαπι θύων ib. 408, cf. Hes.Op.621, Th.874; of a swollen river, ὁ δ' ἐπέσσυτο οἴδματι θύων seething, Il.21.234; ὑψόσε θύων ib.324; of a wind-swept sea, ὁ δ' ἔστενεν οἴδματι θύων 23.230, cf. Hes.Th.109,131; of the wake of a ship, κῦμα δ' ὄπισθε πορφύρεον μέγα θῦε Od.13.85; δάπεδον δ' ἅπαν αἵματι θῦεν the ground seethed with blood, 11.420, 22.309; of persons, storm, rage, ἦ γὰρ ὅ γ' ὀλοιῇσι φρεσὶ θύει Il.1.342; ἔγχεϊ θῦεν 11.180; κασιγνήτα μένει θύοισα Pi.P.3.33; θύουσαν Ἅιδου μητέρα A.Ag. 1235; πυκνὰ δέ οἱ κραδίη ἔντοσθεν ἔθυεν A.R.3.755 (v.l. ἔθυιεν): c.inf., desire eagerly, ἐνισπεῖν ib.685; of a horse, Call.Fr.82; of a serpent, Nic.Th.129 (v.l. θυίῃσι). [ῡ always: for θύμενος [ῠ] is f.l. for σύμενος in Pratin.Lyr.1.4.] θυίω (q. v.) should perh. be preferred in later Ep., and is cj. in Pi.l.c. (Cf. Lett. dusmas (pl.) 'anger', dusēt 'puff', 'pant', Lat. fŭro (fr. dhŭs-), θύελλα, θυίω, θυιάς (orig. madwoman); prob. cogn. with foreg.)