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τόσος 1

I.antecedent to relat. ὅσος; Lat. tantus: of Size, Space, Quantity, so great, so vast: of Time, so long: of Number, in pl., so many: of Sound, so loud: of Degree, so much, so very:— often in Hom. and Hes., οὔτι τόσος γε ὅσος Αἴας not so huge as Ajax, Il.: absol. just so much or just so many, Od.; τρὶς τόσσα δῶρα thrice as many gifts, Il.; δὶς τόσα κακά Soph.
2.used for ὅσος, Lat. quantus, Pind.
II.τόσον and τόσσον as adv., so much, so far, so very, Lat. tantum, τ. πλέες so many more, Il., etc.
2.ἐκ τόσου so long since, Hdt.
3.τόσῳ with a comp., and by so much more, Thuc.
III.regul. adv., δὶς τόσως Eur.

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