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πρόνοια 1 πρόνοος

I.foresight, foreknowledge, Aesch., Soph.
II.foresight, forethought, forecast, Soph.; ἐκ προνοίας with forethought, purposely, Lat. consulto, Hdt.; ἀπὸ προνοίας τίνων by their precautions, Thuc.:—esp. of crimes committed with design or malice prepense, ἐκ προνοίας τραύματα Aeschin.; τὰ ἐκ πρ., opp. to ἀκούσια, Arist.:— πρόνοιαν ἔχειν (or ἴσχειν) τινός to take thought for . . , shew care for . . , Eur., etc.; περί τινος Soph.; c. inf., πολλὴν πρ. εἶχεν εὐσχήμως πεσεῖν Eur.
2.divine providence, Hdt., attic

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