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παράσημ-ος , ον, (σῆμα)
A.marked amiss or falsely, counterfeit, esp. of money, D.24.213, Poll.3.86, Plu.2.65b : metaph., of men, Ar.Ach.518 ; δόξα π. E.Hipp.1114 (lyr.) ; “π. ῥήτωρD.18.242 ; δύναμις π. αἴνῳ power falsely stamped with praise, I. e. praised by a wrong standard, A.Ag.780 (lyr.).
2. of words and phrases, false, incorrect, AP11.144 (Cereal.) ; Ἀττικῶν παράσημος (leg. -σήμων ἕν (sc. βιβλίον) Gal.Libr.Propr.17 ; τὸ π. eccentricity of style, Demetr.Eloc.208.
3. marked by the side, noted, Plu.2.1010d ; π. τινί marked, notorious for a thing, ib.823b, etc.; π. ἐπιτηδεύων τι remarked as studying it, Id.Brut.2 ; τὸ π. φεύγουσαι (of women) conspicuousness, Gal.12.439.
II. Adv. “-μωςwith false accent, EM191.34.
2. with a distinguishing prefix, Thphr. HP3.12.3 codd.
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    • Aeschylus, Agamemnon, 780
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