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εὐήκο-ος , Dor. ἐυάκος [α_], ον, ἀκοή
A.hearing well or easily, Hp.Aph.3.17 (Comp.).
2. hearing willingly, obedient, Arist.EN1102b27 (Comp.).
3. inclined to give ear, of the gods, “θνατοῖςAP9.316.5 (Leon.), cf. IG12(2).101, 105 (Mytil.); written εὐήκουος, Sammelb.4607.5: generally, inclined, “πρὸς μεταβολήνThphr.CP 2.14.5 (Sup.). Adv. -όως, διακεῖσθαι πρός τιPlb.27.7.7.
II. Pass., easily heard, audible, Arist.Top.107b2; -“οώτερα τὰ τῆς νυκτόςId.Pr. 899a19.
2. pleasant to the ear, agreeable, τὸ εὐ. Demetr.Eloc.48, al.
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    • Polybius, Histories, 27.7.7
    • Hippocrates, Aphorismi, 3.17
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