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I.still, quiet, at rest, at ease, at leisure, Hes., Hdt., attic; ἡσύχῳ βάσει φρενῶν, i. e. in thought, Aesch.; ἐν ἡσύχῳ quietly, Soph.
2.quiet, gentle, of character, Aesch., Eur., etc.; τοὺς ἀφ᾽ ἡσύχου ποδός those of quiet life, id=Eur.; ὀργῇ ὑπόθες ἥσυχον πόδα, i. e. moderate thy anger, id=Eur.; τὸ ξύνηθες ἥσυχον their accustomed quietness, Thuc.
II.the common attic comp. and Sup. were ἡσυχαίτερος, -αίτατος, but the regular form -ώτερος is also found.
III.adv. -χως, Eur., etc.: gently, cautiously, id=Eur.:—Sup. ἡσυχαίτατα Plat.—The neut. ἥσυχον, doric ἅσυχον, is also used as adv., Theocr.; and pl. ἅσυχα, id=Theocr.

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