I.to denote Sequence of Time, then, next, Lat. deinde, πρῶταμὲν . . , εἶτα . . , Soph., Plat., etc.: soon, presently, Soph.
II.to denote Consequence, and so, then, therefore, accordingly, esp. in questions or exclamations to express surprise or sarcasm, and then . . ? and so . . ?κᾆτ᾽οὐδέχονταιλιτάς; Soph.; εἴτ᾽οὐκαἰσχύνεσθε; Dem.
Liddell and Scott. An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon. Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1889.
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