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Διο-γενής , ές,
A.sprung from Zeus, in Hom. epith. of kings, ordained and upheld by Zeus, Il.1.337, al.; “δ. ὈδυσεύςOd.2.352; later, “Δ. θεοίA.Th.301 (lyr.), Supp.631 (lyr.), Ar.Av.1263; Διογενὲς κράτος, of Pallas, A.Th.127 (lyr.); “δ. τέκνονS.Aj.91; “ἈμφίωνA.Th.528; αἷμα τὸ δ., of Achilles, E.Andr. 1195 (lyr.): generally, divine,φάοςId.Med.1258 (lyr.).
II. parox., Διογένης, ους, , pr. n. [Δι_- in Ep., ι_^ in Trag.]
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    • Aeschylus, Seven Against Thebes, 528
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