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ἰδι^-άζω , (ἴδιος) be alone, Hdn. 4.12.7, 7.6.7, D.C.66.9; “ἰδιάζουσαιHerod.6 tit.; δωμάτιον ἰδιάζον secluded, Hld.7.12; . πρός τινα to be alone with . . , ib.25; . θεῷ to be alone with God, Ph.1.95; . πράγματι devote oneself to a thing, Com.Adesp.414:—so in Med., of members of a chorus, sing independently, Arist.Pr.922a35.
II. to be peculiar, “ἰδιάζοντα γένη λίθωνPhld. Sign.28, cf. Jul.Gal.143a; “. τῇ φύσειD.S.2.58; “ἰδιάζουσα φύσιςId.3.46, Hld.2.28; “ἰδιάζον συμπόσιονAth.1.12a; αἱ ἰδιάζουσαι ἀρχαί special principles, Dam.Pr.134; of drugs, ἰδιάζων special, superior, Dsc.1.14; “ ἂν ἰδιάσωμεν, ψευδόμεθαS.E.M.7.133; . τινί to be peculiarly adapted to . . , Ael.NA6.19; βωμὸς τῷ Διονύσῳ ἰδιάζων appropriated to D., Hld.10.6: c. gen., to be the property of, J.AJ16.7.3.
b. -άζουσα θερμασία its proper heat, Herod.Med. ap. Orib.5.30.12.
2. Gramm., to be peculiar to an individual, “τὰ κτητικὰ -άζει κατὰ τὸν κτήτοραA.D. Pron.105.4, cf. Synt.128.13, al.:—so in Med., [ βασιλεὺς] μᾶλλον -άζεται τοῦ Πτολεμαίου ib.84.20.
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (5):
    • Flavius Josephus, Jewish Antiquities, 16.7.3
    • Diodorus, Historical Library, 2.58
    • Diodorus, Historical Library, 3.46
    • Aelian, De Natura Animalium, 6.19
    • Julian the Emperor, Contra Galilaeos, 143a
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