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ἐπάξι^-ος ,
A.a, ον, worthy, deserving of . ., “πάντωνPi.N.7.89; “τῆς δίκης ἐπάξιαA.Eu.272 (lyr.), cf. Ch.95; “θαυμάτων ἐπάξιαE.Ba.716; “σπουδῆς οὐ . . πολλῆς τινος .Pl. Sph.218e: c. inf., . [εἶ] κατοικτίσαι deserving of pity, S.OC461: abs., . φύσει καὶ τροφῇ worthy, qualified by birth and breeding, Pl. Lg.961b.
2. deserved,στεφάνωμαPi.I.4(3).44; worthy, meet,ἄλγοςA.Th.865 (lyr.); “γάμοιS.El.971, etc.; κυρεῖν τῶν ἐπαξίων meet with one's deserts, A.Pr.70. Adv. “-ίωςS.OT133, Iamb.Myst.3.20.
3. worth mentioning, notable, Hdt.2.79,7.96 (sed v. ἀπαξοί); worth while to do a thing, Hp.Art.72.
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