II. gymnastic school, E.Ph.368, Antipho 3.2.3, Pl.Criti.117c(pl.),etc.; ἐκ θἠμετέρου γυμνασίου from our school, Ar.V. 526: pl., γ. τὰ ἱππόκροτα the hippodrome, E.Hipp.229 (anap.).
b. οἱ ἀπὸ γ. in Egypt, those who have received training as ἔφηβοι, i.e. the Hellenized inhabitants of the μητροπόλεις, PFlor.179.24 (i A. D.), etc.
2. generally, school, “ἐν γυμνασίοις Ἀκαδημίας” Epicr.11.11; “ἐν Ὁμηρείῳ γ.” Epigr.Gr.860 (Chios); “γ. ἀρετῆς” Luc.Nigr.19; of a philosophic school, “ἐκ τοῦ αὐτοῦ γ.” Pl.Grg.493d, cf. “ὁ ἀπὸ τοῦ αὐτοῦ γ.” Dam.Pr.399: metaph., “γῆ γ. ζωῆς” Secund.Sent.15.
3. in collective sense, the youths who attend the school, IPE2.299.8 (Panticapaeum).