I ran into this this morning, and had an exchange in comments with the other answerer (after answering myself). The word μεγαρτός, I'm fairly certain, means "envied", being the -τος verbal adjective of the verb μεγαίρω, "to envy". However, googling for it, I only find lexicons, not actual texts containing the word. So I was wondering: is there any author text that actually uses this word?
(Also, why does LSJ gloss it "envious"? Are they referring to the obsolete and poetic meaning of "inspiring envy" mentioned on Wiktionary at "envious"?)