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διπλόος adj1 adj2 δίς cf. ἁπλόος

I.twofold, double, Lat. duplex, of a cloak, Hom.; ὅθι διπλόος ἤντετο θώρηξ where the cuirass met [the buckle] so as to be double, Il.:— παῖσον διπλῆν (sc. πληγήν), Soph.; διπλῆ ἄκανθα spine bent double by age, Eur.; διπλῇ χερί by mutual slaughter, Soph. pl., = δύο, Aesch., Soph.
III.double-minded, treacherous, Plat., Xen.

1 di-pl oos_oh_oon stem_acc

2 dipl os_h_on suff_acc Anth. NTest.

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