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ὑγίεια^ [υ^], , and sts. in Com. ὑγιεία_, Ar.Av.604 (anap.), 731 (lyr . . in compd. πλουθυγιεία_ν), Men.Mon.522 (also Isyll.60); Ion.acc.
A.ὑγιείηνHdt.2.77, Heraclit.111; gen. ὑγιίης ((^ ^ ^ _) Herod.4.94, dub. in 4.20; and the metre requires a similar form in A.Ag.1001 (lyr.): from about ii B. C. written ὑγεῖα (pronounced ὑγι_α, contr. from ὑγι^ι_α^), IG22.4457 (ii B. C.), 12(5).168 (Paros), 22.3181 (i A. D.), 3187 (ii A. D.); Ὑγία ib.4479 (i A. D.), 4536, PTeb.413.3 (ii/iii A. D.), etc.; Ion. “ὑγείηProcl.H.1.22,42, IG14.1935 (as pr. n., Rome): (ὑγιής):—health, soundness of body, Simon.70, Pi.P.3.73, Hdt.2.77, Pl.R.332d, etc.; “. καὶ νοῦς ἀγαθὰ τῷ βίῳ δύοMen.Mon.519, cf. Philem.163: pl. ὑγίειαι, healthy states or conditions, Pl.Prt.354b, R.618b, Ti.87d, Arist.HA601a25.
II. a kind of cake used at sacrifices, Herod.4.94, Ath.3.115a, Hsch., Phot., AB313.
III. a medicine, Alex.Trall.5.4: generally, a cure,ὕπνος δὲ πάσης ἐστὶν . νόσουMen.Mon.522.
IV. Pythag. name for six, Anatol. ap. Theol.Ar.37.
B. Ὑγίεια , , personified, Hygeia, the goddess of health, Hp. Jusj., Ariphron 1, 7, Paus.1.23.4, etc.: the last cup was drunk to her, “μετανιπτρίδα τῆς Ὑγιείας πίνεινAntiph.149 (hex.), cf. Call.Com. 6 (hex.): “ἄγαλμα τῆς . ἈθηνᾶςPlu.Per.13.
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