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ὁπότερος 1 correlat. to πότερος relat. which of two, whether of the twain, Lat. uter, Il., etc.:—properly in sg., but in pl. when there are several on either side, e. g. of two armies, id=Il., etc.:—also, ὁποτεροσοῦν Plat.
3.either of two, Lat. alteruter, Plat., etc.
II.adv. ὁποτέρως, in which of two ways, as relat., Thuc., etc.
2.also neut. ὁπότερον or -ερα as adv., in indirect questions, Lat. utrum, Hdt., Ar., etc.

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