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τρι^άς , άδος, , (τρεῖς)
A.the number three, triad, Ion Hist.12 note, Pl. Phd.104a, al.; on its significance in the Pythag. philosophy, v. Arist.Cael.268a13, Metaph.1081a34, b12; τρισσὴν . . ἐτέων τριάδα (sc. γεγονώς), i. e. nine years old, Syria 5.338 (Sidon); τ. ἀκατονόμαστος, of the mystical Man from heaven (θεόςἄγγελοςἄνθρωπος παθητός), Zos.Alch.p.230 B.
2. τ. group of three days,τελευτᾷ ἐν τῇ πρώτῃ τ.Thphr.Vent.49; the third day, Ph.1.13.
3. system of three strophes, Heph.p.61C.
4. ἁγία T. the holy Trinity, Cod. Just., etc.
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    • Plato, Phaedo, 104a
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