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εὔρυθμ-ος , ον, Ep. ἐΰρρ- Man.1.60:—
A.rhythmical, μουσικὴ εὔ., distd. fr. εὐμελής, Arist.Pol.1341b26; “λέξιςId.Rh.1409a21; opp. ἔνρυθμος, D.H.Comp. 11,25; “εὔ. κρούματαAr. Th.121 (lyr.); εὔ. πούς moving in time, keeping time, ib.985 (lyr.); “προβήματαId.Pl.759; “μέλοςPl.Lg.655a; κίνησις ib.795e; σφυγμὸς εὔ. a regular pulse, Gal.19.409. Adv. -μως, καὶ μουσικῶς εἰπεῖνIsoc.13.16; “φέρεσθαιPlu.2.45e.
2. of persons, orderly, graceful, Pl.Prt.326b (Comp.), R.413e, etc.; εὔ. βακτηρία 'the nice conduct of a cane', Antiph.33.4. Adv. -μως gracefully, E. Cyc.563; “πέμπειν εὐ. τὸν κότταβονPl.Com.47.
3. well-proportioned, well-fitted, both of the armourand the body, X.Mem.3.10.10 (Comp.), 11; “τὸν πόδα -ότερον τοῦ ὑποδήματοςThphr.Char.2.7; “εὔ. ὀρνίθιονArist.HA592b24; “φύλλαThphr.HP3.18.7 (Comp.), cf. 12.9.
4. of surgical operations, in Adv., neatly, Hp.Off.4.
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