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μουσι^κός , ή, όν, Dor. μωσικός , ά, όν Theag. ap. Stob.3.1.118:—
A.musical, “ἀγῶνες μ. καὶ γυμνικοίAr.Pl.1163, cf. Th.3.104; “χοροί τε καὶ ἀγῶνες μ.Pl.Lg.828c; τὰ μουσικά music, X.Cyr.1.6.38, Sammelb. 6319.54 (Ptol.), SIG578.18 (Teos, ii B. C.). Adv. -“κῶςPl.Alc.1.108d, etc.; cf. foreg.
II. of persons, skilled in music, musical, X.l.c., etc.; “ποιητικοὶ καὶ μ. ἄνδρεςPl.Lg.802b; “κύκνος καὶ ἄλλα ζῷα μ.Id.R.620a; “περὶ αὐλοὺς -ώτατοιAth.4.176e; lyric poet, opp. epic, Pl.Phdr.243a (but opp. μελοποιός, Phld.Mus.p.96 K.); μ., οἱ, professional musicians, OGI383.162 (Commagene, i B. C.), PFlor.74.6 (ii A. D.); “μουσικὸς καὶ μελῶν ποητήςSIG662.6 (Delos, ii B. C.).
2. generally, votary of the Muses, man of letters and accomplishments, scholar, opp. ἀμαθής, Ar.Eq.191; “ἀνὴρ σοφὸς καὶ μ.Id.V.1244; “ἀνδρὸς φιλοσόφου φιλοκάλου μ.Pl.Phdr.248d, al.; πόλις -ωτάτη most full of liberal arts, Isoc.Ep.8.4; “ τῶν νέων οὐσία μουσικωτάτηPl.Lg.729a: c. inf., παρ᾽ ὄχλῳ -ώτεροι λέγειν more accomplished in speaking before a mob, E.Hipp.989.
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