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power ( qeov" denotes a God in person), Lat. numen ; pro;" daivmona against the Divine power; su;n daivmoni with it, by its favour, Il.:—so, kata; daivmona , nearly = tuvch/ , by chance, Hdt .; ejn tw`/ d. = qew`n ejn gouvnasi , Soph.

2. ones daemon or genius, ones lot or fortune, stugero;" daivmwn Od.; daivmono" ai\sa kakhv Ib.: absol. good or ill fortune, Trag .; esp. of the evil genius of a family, Aesch.

II. daivmone" , in Hes. , are the souls of men of the golden age, forming the link between gods and men:—later, of any departed souls, Lat. manes, lemures , Luc.

III. in N.T. an evil spirit, a demon, devil. (Perh. from daivw B, to divide or distribute destinies.)


daivnu<Eth>mi , imper. daivnu<Eth> : Ep. 3 sing. impf. daivnu<Eth> : f. daivsw : aor. I e[daisa : Med. , 2 sing. subj. dainuvh/ ; Ep. 3 sing. opt. dainu`to (for -uvoito ), 3 pl. dainuvato : 2 sing. impf. daivnuÆ , i.e. -ou : ( daivw B, to divide): to give a banquet or feast, daivnu dai`ta gevrousi Il.; d. gavmon to give a marriage-feast, Hom. ; d. tavfon to give a funeral feast, Id.

2. c. acc. pers. to feast one, Hdt. ; zw`n me; daivsei" thou shalt be my living feast, Aesch.
II. Med. to have a feast given one, to feast, Hom ., Hdt.
2. c. acc. to feast on, consume, eat, Id.; mivan d. travpezan to eat at a common table, Theocr. :—also of poison, to consume, Soph.


davi>o" »a<Eth>1/4 , contr. da`/o" , a, on , Ep. dhvi>o" , contr. dh`/o" , h, on :— hostile, destructive, dreadful, epith. of pu`r , burning, consuming, Il., Trag. :— davi>oi, da`/oi enemies, Aesch ., Soph. ; in sing. an enemy, Ar .; hence as Adj. hostile, Id.

2. unhappy, wretched, Trag.
II. knowing, cunning, Anth. (In signf. II from * davw, dah`nai : in signf. 1 perh. from dai?" battle.)


dai>ov-frwn , ono", oJ, hJ , ( frhvn ) unhappy in mind, miserable, Aesch.


daivrw , = devrw , q.v.


dai?" , dai?do" , Att. contr. da`/" , da/dov", hJ : ( daivw A, to kindle): a fire-brand, pine-torch, Lat. taeda , Hom.

2. as collective noun, pine-wood, such as torches were made of, Thuc. , Xen.


davi>" ( daivw A), war, battle, mostly in apoc. dat. davi> , Hom. , Aesch.


daiv" , daitov", hJ , ( daivw B, to divide), a meal, feast, banquet, often in Hom. , who calls the usual meal dai;" eji?sh , equally divided; Quevstou dai`ta paideivwn krew`n the feast of Thyestes on the flesh of his children, Aesch. ; in pl. , Od.

2. of the meat or food itself, Eur.

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