‘Used to describe Myrine, a dancer, ‘much-skipping’ as the word means literally, even ‘very frisky’, as it is a phrase used of calves and lambs playing in the springtime grass.’  I must remember to practice ‘polyskarthmos’ daily.

Source: Adam Nicolson, The Mighty Dead: Why Homer matters (London: William Collins, 2015), p. 99

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