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I.deep or high, acc. to one's position, like Lat. altus, Hom., etc.; βαθέης αὐλῆς from high-fenced court, Il.; ἠιόνος προπάροιθε βαθείης the deep, i. e. wide, shore, id=Il.; in Prose, of a line of battle, Xen.
2.deep or thick in substance, of a mist, Hom.; of ploughed land, opp. to stony ground, Il., Eur.:— deep, thick, of woods, corn, clouds, Il., Hdt., etc.; of hair, Xen.
3.violent, of a storm, Il.
4.generally, large, copious, abundant, κλέος, κλῆρος Pind.; βαθεῖα τέρψις Soph.; βαθὺς ἀνήρ a rich man, Xen.; β. ὕπνος deep sleep, Theocr.
5.of the mind, deep, Il., Aesch.; βαθύτερα ἤθεα Hdt.
6.of Time, far-advanced, late, βαθὺς ὄρθρος (v. ὄρθρος); βαθὺ τῆς ἡλικίας Ar.; β. γῆρας Anth.
II.adv. βαθέως, Theocr.

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