A.coming in besides, adventitious, “σύμφυτον . ., οὐκ ἐ.” Plu.2.451c, cf. 584e; “ἐ. ἀκροάματα” Id.Luc.40; “ἐπιθυμίαι” Id.Cat.Ma.18; “φύκους ἄνθος ἐ.” AP5.18 (Rufin.).
II. ἐπεισόδιον , τό, addition for the purpose of giving pleasure, Plu.2.629c, 710d; ἐ. γαστρός, of dessert, AP6.232.6 (Crin.(?)).
2. in Poetry, parenthetic addition, episode:
a. in Ep. poems, as the Catalogue in the Iliad, Arist.Po.1459a36.
b. in Tragedy, the portions of dialogue between two choric songs, ib. 1452b20: then of all underplots or parenthetic narratives in poetry, which might themselves form distinct wholes, ib. 1451b34; also in prose speeches, etc., D.H.Comp.19, Isoc.4, Th.7.
c. in Comedy, interlude, intermezzo, Metag.14.