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ἔν γε τῷ πρόσθεν. II 376 E ff.

τετεύτακεν . τευτάζων: πραγματευόμενος, ἐνδιατρίβων (Tim. Lex. S.V., where Ruhnken elaborately illustrates the word. See also Stephanus-Hase Thes. S.V.). τευτάζω is always, I believe, semi-contemptuous in Plato (Phil. 56 E. Tim. 90 B). Brugmann's connexion of the word with σεύω (Vergl. Gr. I p. 362) may not be right, but the notion that τευτάζω is for ταὐτάζω (L. and S.) is certainly wrong.

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