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klhma±tiv" , ivdo", hJ , Dim. of klh`ma : in pl. brush-wood, fagot-wood, Thuc.


klhrivon , tov , Dim. of klh`ro" , Anth.


klhronomevw , f. hvsw , ( klhronovmo" ) to receive a share of an inheritance, to inherit a portion of property, c. gen ., Dem. :—also c. acc. rei, to inherit, Luc.

II. to be an inheritor or heir, tinov" of a person, Id.: also c. acc. to succeed one, Plut. , Anth. Hence klhronovmhma


klhronovmhma , ato", tov , an inheritance, Luc .; and klhronomiva


klhronomiva , hJ , an inheritance, Dem .:—generally, kl. lambavnein tinov" to take possession of. . , Arist. From klhronovmo"


klhro-novmo" , oJ , ( nevmomai ) one who receives a portion of an inheritance, an inheritor, heir, Dem ., etc.


klhro-pa±lhv" , ev" , ( pavlh ) distributed by shaking the lots, h. Hom.


klh`ro" , Dor. kla`ro" , ou, oJ , a lot; in Hom. , each man marks his own lot, and they are thrown into a helmet, and the first which came out was the winning lot.

2. a casting lots, drawing lots, Eur .; many officers at Athens obtained their offices by lot, as opp. to election ( ceirotoniva, ai{resi" ), Xen. , Arist. ; cf. kuvamo" II .

II. an allotment of land assigned to citizens ( cf. klhrouciva ), Hdt. , Thuc. , etc.
2. any piece of land, a portion, farm, Hom ., etc.
III. in Eccl. the clergy, as opp. to the laity.


klhroucevw , f. hvsw , ( klhrou`co" ) to obtain by allotment, to have allotted to one, esp. of lands divided among conquerors, Hdt. , etc. Hence klhrouciva


klhrouciva , hJ , the allotment of land to citizens in a foreign country, Arist.

2. collectively, = oiJ klhrou`coi , the body of citizens who receive such allotments, Thuc ., Plut. —An Athenian klhrouciva differed from a colony ( ajpoikiva ), in that the klhrou`coi were still citizens of the mother country, instead of forming an independent state; and klhroucikov"

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