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βι^-ωτικός , ή, όν,
A.fil for life, lively, τὴν διάνοιαν β. καὶ εὐμήχανος, = βιομήχανος, Arist.HA616b27; acc. to Phryn.332 (who condemns the word), = χρήσιμος ἐν τῷ βίῳ, as in Sotad.6.12.
II. of or pertaining to life, Plb.4.73.8, D.S.2.29, Ph. 2.159; “χάριτεςPlu.2.142b; “ἀηδίαιArtem.2.30; -κή (sc. τέχνη) M.Ant.7.61; τὰ β. κριτήρια, opp. λογικά, S.E.P.2.15; “μέριμναι β.Ev.Luc.21.34; “β. φροντίςIamb.Protr.21.ά; β. σύμβολα business documents, PTeb.52.9 (ii B. C.); β. θρησκεία popular superstition (cf. “βίος111), Sor.1.4; “ β. νόμοςArr.Epict.1.26 tit.; τὰ β. ib.3, cf. Plu.2.679d. Adv. -κῶς in the tone of common life, D.T.629; in popular language, Gal.10.269.
2. βιωτικά, τά, victuals, PRyl.125.11 (i A. D.); “ β. ἀγοράBCH44.74 (Lagina).
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    • New Testament, Luke, 21.34
    • Polybius, Histories, 4.73.8
    • Diodorus, Historical Library, 2.29
    • Marcus Aurelius, M. Antonius Imperator Ad Se Ipsum, 7.61
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