I.not working the ground, living without labour, Hdt.; then, generally, inactive, slothful, idle, lazy, Soph., etc.: —c. gen. rei, idle at a thing, free from it, Eur., Plat.; —also, ἀργότεραιἐςτὸδρᾶνThuc.
2.of land, lying fallow or untilled, Xen.; of money, unemployed, yielding no return, Dem. —Adv. ἀργῶςXen.
II.pass. not done, left undone, Lat. infectus, Soph., Eur.; οὐκἐνἀργοῖς not among things neglected, Soph.
Liddell and Scott. An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon. Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1889.
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