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dayiØlhv" , ev" , ( davptw ) abundant, plentiful, Hdt .: —Adv. -evw" , in abundance, Theocr.

II. of persons, liberal, profuse, Plut .: —Sup. Adv ., dayilevstata zh`n Xen.

davw, u]DA vW

* DA vW , an old Root, to learn, Lat. disco , which becomes Causal, to teach, Lat. doceo , in redupl. aor. 2 devdae and in didavskw :

I. intr. in aor. 2 ejdavhn as if from davhmi , subj. daw` Ep. daeivw , inf. dah`nai Ep. dahvmenai , part. daeiv" :—later regul. aor. 2 e[daon :— f. (as if from daevw ) dahvsomai : pf. dedavhka, devdaa and in pass. form dedavhmai :— to learn, and in pf. , to know; c. gen. pers. to learn from one, Od.; c. gen. rei, to hear tidings of a thing, Il. From devdaa again is formed a pres. med. inf. dedavasqai , to search out, c. acc ., Od.—The pres. in this sense is didavskomai .

II. Causal, in redupl. aor. 2 devdaon , c. dupl. acc. to teach a person a thing, Od.; c. inf. to teach one to do a thing, Ib.—The pres. in this sense is didavskw .

dev, D vE, dev

D vE , but: conjunctive Particle, with adversative force: it commonly answers to mevn , and may often be rendered by while, whereas, on the other hand, v. mevn :—but mevn is often omitted, dev being used merely to pass on from one thing to another; w}" jAcileu;" qavmbhsen, qavmbhsan de; kai; a[lloi Il.; etc. ; kinei` kradivhn kinei` de; covlon Eur.

II. dev is often redundant,
1. to introduce the apodosis, where it may be rendered by then, yet, eij dev ke mh; dwvwsin, ejgw; dev ken aujto;" e{lwmai if they will not give it, then I will take it, Il.; so at in Lat. , si tu oblitus es, at Dii meminerint Catull.

2. to resume after interruption caused by a parenthesis, where it may be rendered by I say, now, so then, Hdt.

B. POSITIOn of dev : properly second, being often put between the Art. and Subst. , the Prep. and case.


-de , enclitic Particle, joined,

I. to names of Places in the acc. , to denote motion towards that place, oi\kovnde ( Att. oi[kade ) home- wards, a{lade sea- wards, Oujlumpovnde to Olympus, quvraze (for quvrasde ) to the door, Hom. ; sometimes repeated with the possess. Pron., o{nde dovmonde ; and sometimes even after eij" , as eij" a{lade Od.; in

jAi>dovsde it follows the gen. , = eij" {Aidou ( sc. oi\kon ). In Att. joined to the names of cities, jEleusi`navde,

jAqhvnaze, Qhvbaze (for jAqhvnasde, Qhvbasde ).

2. sometimes it denotes purpose only, mhv ti fovbondÆ ajgovreue speak not aught tending to fear, Il.
II. -de is also used to strengthen certain Pronouns, o{-de, toiovsde , etc.


deva±to , a word of doubtful origin, expl. by ejdovkei, ajeikevlio" devatÆ ei\nai he seemed, methought he was, a pitiful fellow, Od.: cf. doavssato .


devgmeno" , Ep. aor. 2 part. of devcomai .


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