ἅρμα

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From ἁρμός (harmós, join), from ἀραρίσκω (ararískō, join, fit together)

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ᾰ̔́ρμᾰ (hárman (genitive ᾰ̔́ρμᾰτος); third declension

  1. chariot
    • Josephus, Jewish Antiquities, 9, 54, in Ralph Marcus (tr. & ed.), Josephus with an English translation, vol. 6 (Jewish Antiquities, books IX–XI), LCL, pages 30-31. Translation by Marcus, comment in square brackets not his.
      πέμπει τοιγαροῦν Ἄδαδος ἐπὶ τὴν πόλιν δύναμιν πολλὴν ἵππων καὶ ἁρμάτων, ὅπως τὸν Ἐλισσαῖον λάβωσιν.
      pémpei toigaroûn Ádados epì tḕn pólin dúnamin pollḕn híppōn kaì harmátōn, hópōs tòn Elissaîon lábōsin.
      Accordingly, Adados [Ben-Hadad] sent to that city a great force with horses and chariots in order to take Elisha.

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