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1.young, youthful, Hom.; or alone, νέοι youths, Il., Hes., etc.; in attic with Art., νέος, οἱ νέοι, Ar., etc.:— τὸ νέον, νεότης, Soph.; ἐκ νέου from a youth, from youth upwards, Plat., etc.; ἐκ νέων Arist.
2.suited to a youth, youthful, Lat. juvenilis, Aesch., Eur.
II.of things, new, fresh, Il., attic
2.of events, new, strange, τί νέον; Aesch.; μῶν τι βουλεύει νέον; Soph.
III.neut. νέον as adv. of Time, newly, lately, just, just now, Hom., attic; also with the Art., καὶ τὸ παλαιὸν καὶ τὸ νέον Hdt.: comp. adv. νεωτέρως Plat.; Sup. νεώτατα most recently, Thuc.;—also, ἐκ νέας, ionic ἐκ νέης, anew, afresh, Lat. denuo, Hdt.
IV.for νεώτερος, νεώτατος, v. νεώτερος: the orig. comp. and Sup. were νεαρός, νέατος.

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