Potnĭae, ārum, f., = Ποτνιαί,
- I. a village in Bœotia, on the Asopus, in whose neighborhood were pastures which made animals mad, Plin. 25, 8, 53, § 94.
- II. Pot-nĭas, ădis, adj. f., = Ποτνιάς, of Potniœ, Potnian (poet.): quo tempore Glauci Potniades malis membra absumpsere quadrigae (i. e. equae), Verg. G. 3, 268: equae, Ov. lb. 557.