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ἔνδιος , ον,
2. in the daytime, Arat.498; “. οἰνοπότηςAP7.703 (Myrin.).
3. from the sky, “ὕδωρArat.954; hanging in mid-air, “ἀκρεμόνεςAP9.71 (Antiphil.).
II. Subst. ἔνδιον, τό, noon, “ποτὶ τὤνδιονCall.Cer.39 (also in masc., “δείελος ἀλλ᾽ νὺξ ἔνδιος ἔσετ᾽ ἠώςId.Hec.1.4.1).
2. evening, “ἐς ἔνδι_ονA.R. 1.603, cf. Plu. l. c. [ι_ Hom.; ι_ and ι^ later (v. supr.).] (From ἐν δι^ϝι^, cf. Skt. div- 'daylight, sky', Lat. diu 'by day'.)
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