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ἀντίος ἀντί

set against, and so local sense, face to face, opposite, esp. in battle, Hom., etc.; ἀντίος ἦλθε went to meet him, Il.; c. gen., Ἀγαμέμνονος ἀντίος id=Il.; usually c. dat., Od., Hdt., attic
2.opposite, contrary, Aesch., Eur.: οἱ ἀντίοι οἱ ἐναντίοι, Pind., Hdt.: ἐκ τῆς ἀντίης contrariwise, Hdt. adv. in neut. ἀντία and ἀντίον, against, straight at, right against, ἀντίον ἷζεν Od., etc.; c. gen., ἀντί᾽ ἐμεῖο Il.; so, ἀντία σευ in thy presence, Hdt.; ἀντία τῆς ἵππου opposite it, id=Hdt.

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