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παιδεία , ,
A.rearing of a child, A. Th.18.
2. training and teaching, education, opp. τροφή, Ar.Nu.961, Th.2.39(pl.); “π. καὶ τροφήPl. Phd.107d, Phlb.55d.
3. its result, mental culture, learning, education, “ π. εὐτυχοῦσι κόσμος, ἀτυχοῦσι καταφύγιονDemocr.180, cf. Pl. Prt.327d, Grg.470e, R.376e, Arist.Pol.1338a30, etc.; “τῆς Λακεδαιμονίων π.Pl.Prt.343a: in pl., parts or systems of education, Id.Lg. 653c, 804d.
4. culture of trees, Thphr.CP3.7.4.
5. πλεκτὰν Αἰγύπτου παιδείαν ἐξηρτήσασθε the twisted handiwork of Egypt, i.e. (acc. to Sch.) ropes of papyrus, E.Tr.129 (lyr.).
6. anything taught or learned, art, science, π. ἱερή, of medicine, IG14.2104.
7. chastisement, LXX Pr.22.15, Ep.Hebr.12.5.
II. youth, childhood, “παιδείης πολυήρατον ἄνθοςThgn.1305, cf. 1348; “ἐκ παιδείας φίλοςLys.20.11; so (prob.) “στερρὰν παιδείανE.IT206(lyr.).
2. in collect. sense, body of youths, “παιδείας λιπαρὴς ὄχλοςLuc.Am.6.
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