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ζηλ-ωτός , ή, όν, also ός, όν E.Andr.5, Med.1035; Dor. ζα_λ- Simon., Pi.(v. infr.):—
A.enviable, of things, “σοφίαPl.Hp.Mi.368b; “καλὰ καὶ ζ. ἐπιγράμματαD.22.72: Comp., Isoc.6.95; “ζηλωτὸν πλοῦτοςLycurg.Fr.97.
2. to be deemed happy, to beenvied, of persons, Thgn.455, S.Ant.1161; τινι by one, A. Pers.710 (troch.), E.Med.1035, Pl.Smp.197d, etc.; “ὑπό τινοςIsoc.5.69: c.gen. rei, “θῆκέ μιν ζαλωτὸν ὁμόφρονος εὐνᾶςPi.O.7.6; “ζ. τῆς εὐνοίαςPlu.Pomp.61: c. dat., Id.Luc.38.
3. of conditions, enviable, blessed, “αἰώνSimon.71, E.Med.243; “πότμοςArist.Fr.675; “ζηλωτότατος βίοςAr.Nu.464 (lyr.); “γάμοςPlu.2.289b, etc.
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