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ἰσό-θεος , ον,
A.equal to the gods, godlike, of heroes, “. φώςIl.2.565, Od.1.324, A. Pers.80 (lyr.); Δαρεῖος ib.857 (lyr.); οἱ . S.Ant.837 (anap.); γένος E.IA626, cf. Pl.Phdr.255a, Isoc.2.5, etc.; “ἰητρὸς φιλόσοφος .Hp. Decent.5: Com., “νομίσαι τ᾽ ἰσόθεον τὴν ἔγχελυνAntiph.147.2.
2. of things, “. τυραννίςE.Tr.1169; “δόξαIsoc.5.145; “εἴσοδοςEpicur. Fr.165; “τιμαίMen.Mon.378, Plb.10.10.11, IG5(2).432.4 (Megalop.); “χάριτεςOGI666.21 (Egypt, i A.D.); freq. of medicines or remedies, Gal.13.65, 279, Aët.7.11: neut. -θεον as Adv., PMag.Par.2.220. [ι_σ- in Hom. and Trag. (always lyr.); hyperaeol. “ἰσσο-Schwyzer647.15 (Cyme, i A.D.).]
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