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αἰθέριος , α, ον, also ος, ον E.Fr.839.10, Arist.Mu.392a31:—
A.of αἰθήρ or the upper air, hence,
1. high in air, on high, A.Pr.158 (anap.), Th.81, S.OC1082, etc.; αἰθερία ἀνέπτα flew up into the air, E.Med. 440, cf. Andr. 830; αἰ. γῆ, of the moon, Pythag. ap. Cael.511.26: epith. of Zeus, Arist.Mu.401a17.
2. ethereal, heavenly, “φύσιςParm.10.1; “οἱ αἰ CA 27 P.484M.; “γονήE.Fr.l.c. Adv. “-ίωςIamb.Myst.1.9.—Trag. only in lyr.
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