E.A. Sophocles, s.v. σισόη [p. 990i], gives 'a sort of queue' Sept. Lev. 19, 27, Greg. Naz. III, 1081 A. Theod. I, 337 B'.
What sort of queue? Since LSJ s.v. gives 'roll of hair, Le.19.27 ', which suits the context, this must be OED s.v. queue, n. 4, not 7, which is 'Chiefly Brit.
'(Egyptian)' in Sophocles, but 'Phaselite' in LSJ on the basis of Hesychius.