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foita`n to go to school, Plat .; didaskavlwn or ejk didaskavlwn ajpallagh`nai to leave school, Id.; ejn didaskavlwn at school, Id.

II. a dramatic poet was called didavskalo" because he taught the actors, Ar.


diØ-davskw , Ep. inf. -evmenai, -evmen : f. didavxw : aor. I ejdivdaxa , poët. ejdidavskhsa : pf. dedivda±ca :— Med. , f. didavxomai : aor. I ejdidaxavmhn :— Pass. , f. didacqhvsomai : aor. I ejdidavcqhn : pf. dedivdagmai : (redupl. form of davw , in causal sense.) To teach (i.e. instruct) a person, or teach a thing, Hom. , etc. : c. dupl. acc. , se. . iJpposuvna" ejdivdaxan they taught thee riding, Il.; to teach one a thing, Hom. , etc. ; also, d. tina; periv tino" Ar .: —c. acc. pers. et inf. to teach one to be so and so, Od.; c. inf. only, divdaxe bavllein taught him how to shoot, Il.;—also with inf. omitted, didavskein tina; iJppeva [ sc. ei\nai1/4 to train one as a horseman, Plat. ; so, d. tina; sofovn, kakovn Eur .: —Med. to teach oneself, learn, Soph .: but the usual sense of the Med. is to have another taught, of a father, to have his son taught, Plat ., etc. :— Pass. to be taught, to learn, c. gen ., didaskovmeno" polevmoio trained in war, Il.; also c. acc ., Ib., etc. ; c. inf ., dedidagmevno" ei\nai Hdt .; didavsketai levgein ajkou`saiv qÆ Eur.

II. didavskein is used of dramatic Poets, who originally taught the actors their parts, Hdt. , Att.


diØda±chv , hJ , = divdaxi" , teaching, Hdt ., Thuc. , etc.


div-dhmi , 3 pl. dideva<Eth>si : Ep. 3 sing. impf. divdh : 3 pl. imper. didevntwn :— Ep. redupl. form of devw (as tivqhmi of * qevw ), to bind, fetter, Hom.


didoi`", didoi` , or didoi`sqa , Ion. 2 and 3 sing. of divdwmi .


di-dravskw , to run away: (redupl. from DRA , whence the compds. ajpo-dra`nai , etc. )


div-dracmo" »iØ1/4, on , ( div", dracmhv ) worth two drachms: with pay of two drachms a day, Thuc.

II. as Subst. div-dracmon, tov , a double-drachm or half-shekel, paid to the temple-treasury at Jerusalem, N.T.


diØduØm-avnwr »a<Eth>1/4, oJ, hJ, tov , ( ajnhvr ) touching both the men, Aesch.


diduØma<Eth>-tovko" , on , Dor. for didumhtovko" , ( tivktw ) bearing twins, Theocr ., Anth.


diØduØmavwn »a<Eth>1/4, ono", oJ, hJ , ( divdumo" ) only in dual nom. and pl. dat. twin-brothers, twins, Il.


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