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πατρι-ώτης , ου, Dor. πάτρι-τας , , voc.
A.-ῶταNico 1 : (πάτριος) :—fellow-countryman : prop. of barbarians who had only a common πατρίς, πολῖται being used of Greeks who had a common πόλις, Poll. 3.54, Hsch., Phot.: hence “μήτε πατριώτας ἀλλήλων εἶναι τοὺς μέλλοντας ῥᾷον δουλεύσεινPl.Lg.777c ; τοῖσι Λυκούργου π., Lycurgus being satirized as an Egyptian, Pherecr. 11, cf. Alex. 326 ; also ἵπποι π., = ἐγχώριοι, X.Cyr.2.2.26 : metaph., of Mt. Cithaeron, “π. ΟἰδίπουS.OT 1091 (lyr.); π. θεός, of Dionysus, Plu.2.671c ; π. ἐστί μοι.—Ans. “ἐλάνθανες ἄρα βάρβαρος ὤνLuc.Sol.5 ; cf. πατριῶτις.
II. later, = πολίτης, Iamb. VP5.21.
III. member of aπατριά11.1, IG4.757B12 (Troezen), Michel 995 B 4 (Delph., v B. C.).
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (4):
    • Plato, Laws, 777c
    • Sophocles, Oedipus Tyrannus, 1091
    • Xenophon, Cyropaedia, 2.2.26
    • Lucian, Soleocista, 5
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