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διαλλ-άσσω , Att. διάλλ-αττω , fut. -ξω: pf.
A.διήλλαχαDionys.Com. (v. infr.), A.D.Synt.70.11.
I. Med., interchange,τὰς τάξειςHdt.9.47, cf. Pi.O.11(10).21: abs., make an exchange, X.Cyr.8.3.32, Test.Epict.2.14.
II. exchange, i.e.,
2. take in exchange, δ. ἀετοῦ βίον take an eagle's life for one's own, Pl.R.620b; “ἐσθῆτα τῇ συμφορᾷ πρέπουσανPlu.Cic.19; δ. Μακεδονίαν change one land for another, i.e. pass through a land, X.HG4.3.3 (also abs., “ἐξ ἄλλης εἰς ἄλλην πόλιν δ.Pl. Sph.223d):—Med., “τι ἀντί τινοςD.H.2.3.
3. simply, change, alter,κελεύθουςEmp.35.15; “τοὺς ναυάρχουςX.HG1.6.4; “τοὺς λόγουςArist. Rh.Al.1434a38.
4. abs., change, alter, Emp.17.12; “δ. ἀπ᾽ ἀλλήλωνto be discordant, Hp.Vict.1.6; διαλλάττοντας different, opp. ὁμοίους, Phld.Sign.3, al.
b. depart this life, die, Lycurg.Fr.33, Corn.ND 35.
5. change money,δ. τὸ δηνάριονOGI484.10 (ii A.D.).
III. esp. change enmity for friendship, reconcile one to another, “τινά τινιTh.2.95, 6.47, etc.; “πόλεις πρὸς ἀλλήλαςIsoc.5.111: most freq.c. acc. pl. only, E.Ph.436, Antipho6.39, Test. ap. D.59.47, D.24.91: rarely c. acc. sg., make it up with one, “διαλλάξεις με φιλάσαςTheoc.23.42:—Pass. with fut. “διαλλαχθήσομαιAr.V.1395, etc.; “διαλλαγήσομαιPl.R.471a: pf. “διήλλαγμαιA.Th.885(lyr.): aor. “-ηλλάχθηνAr.Lys. 900, -ηλλάγην ib.1161:—to be reconciled, to be made friends, A.l.c., Pl. Prt.346b, etc.; “τοῖς ἀποστᾶσιIsoc.9.63; “πρός τινα περί τινοςId.3.33; “τῆς πρόσθεν ἔχθρας ἐς φίλουςE.Med.896, cf. And.2.26.
IV. intr., c. dat. pers. et acc. rei, differ from one in a thing, “εἶδος δ. οὐδὲν τοῖσι ἑτέροισιHdt.7.70; “δ. ταῖς ἡλικίαιςArist.EN1161a5; “κλήσει, οὐ φύσειD.H.1.29; “πρός τιναAristid.Or.36(48).16: also c. gen. pers., “δ. τινός τινιPlb.2.37.11; “ἔν τινιLuc.Pisc.23: abs., “πολὺ διήλλαχενDionys.Com.2.10; “τὸ διαλλάσσον τῆς γνώμηςTh.3.10: pf. part. διηλλαχώς differing, τῇ ἐγκλίσει A.D.l.c.
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