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εὐδοκι^μ-έω , impf.
A.ηὐδοκίμουνPl.Grg.515e: aor. “ηὐδοκίμησαX. Cyr.7.1.46, D.7.20: pf. “ηὐδοκίμηκαAr.Nu. 1031: the augm. is omitted in Ion., Hdt.3.131, 7.227, and freq. in codd. of Att., etc., as Ar. l.c., X.HG6.1.2, etc.:—to be of good repute, highly esteemed, popular, Thgn.587, E.Fr.546 (lyr.), Ar. l.c., Pl.Grg. l.c., etc.; εὐ. ἐνθυμήματι gain credit by . . , X.HG4.5.4; εὐ. ἔν τινι to be distinguished in a thing, Hdt.1.59, Th.2.37; “ἐπὶ σοφίᾳ ἐν πᾶσι τοῖς ἝλλησινPl.Hp.Ma.291a, cf. Isoc.3.30; “ἐπὶ τῶν λόγωνD.Prooem9; “τὰ ἄλλαD.C.60.8; “περί τιPl.R.368a, etc.; “παρὰ τοῖς ἀνθρώποις ἔκ τινοςIsoc.11.28, cf. Plu. Dio34; “ἀπό τινωνEus.Mynd.55; ἀπ᾽ ἀρετῆς ἐκ γένους ἀλλ᾽ οὐκ ἐκ τοῦ προστυχόντος εὐ. D.C. Fr.57.48; “ἐς φήμηνId.Fr.54.7; “εὐ. μάλιστα τῶν Πρωταγόρου μαθητῶνPl.Prt.315a; “διὰ πάντων τῶν βασιλέωνHdt. 6.63; εὐ. παρὰ βασιλέϊ to have influence with him, Id.8.87, cf. Lys. 25.24, etc.:—later in Med., Com.Adesp.110.4.
2. of wine, meats, etc., to be highly esteemed, popular, “εὐ. σφόδραAlex.282, cf. Philem. 122; σκῶπες σφόδρα εὐ., i.e. their flesh, Arist.HA618a3; so of things generally, “θεάματα κατὰ τὰς τέχνας -οῦνταIsoc.4.45, cf. 9.11; “παρὰ τοῖς Ἕλλησι -δοκιμῶν νόμοςD.21.50, cf. Arist.EN1181a16; of popular arguments, Id.Rh.1400b25; of physicians and medical treatments, Gal.10.390, Herod. Med. in Rh.Mus.58.112; “ἐκ τούτων νῦν εὐ. σοφίαAP11.157 (Ammian.):—also in Pass., “ἀκρόαμα-ούμενονPlu. Galb.16; to be recognized, approved, PTeb.25.16 (ii B.C.).
3. of money, to be genuine, LXX Ge.43.23.
II. in Med., hold in honour, D.S.4.24 codd. εὐδοκι?́μ-ησις , εως, , good repute, reputation, credit, mostly in pl., Pl.R.358a, 363a, Luc.Pisc.25: sg., Them.Or.29.347c.
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