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διηνεκής , Dor. δια_νεκής (v. infr.) Supp.Epigr.1.327.10 (Callatis, i A. D.), ές:—
A.continuous, unbroken,ἀτραπιτοί τε διηνεκέεςOd.13.195; νώτοισι . . διηνεκέεσσι with slices cut the whole length of the chine, Il.7.321; ῥίζαι, ῥάβδοι, 12.134,297; “εἰ ὦλκα διηνεκέα προταμοίμηνOd. 18.375; so “δ. σώματαPl.Hp.Ma.301b, cf. Anaxandr.6, BGU646.22 (ii A. D.); “ὄρος δ.Str.3.1.3; “κανώνIG7.3073.108 (Lebad., ii B. C.); “τὸ δ.regularity, Gal.2.355; of Time, perpetual,δ. νυκτίLuc.VH1.19; “δικτάτωρ εἰς τὸ δ.App.BC1.4. Adv. διηνεκέως in phrase δ. ἀγορεύειν to tell from beginning to end, Od.7.241, 12.56 (distinctly, positively, 4.836); “ἅπαντα δ. κατέλεξεHes.Th.627; cf. “τὰ ἕκαστα διηνεκὲς ἐξενέπονταA.R.2.391; Boeot. and Dor. διανεκῶς without ceasing,εὕδεινCorinn.9 (dub.), cf. SIG793.3 (Cos, i A. D.); διηνεκῶς once in Trag., A.Ag.319, Com.Adesp.382, M.Ant.2.17, OGI194.12 (Egypt, i B. C.), D.Chr.49.8, etc.; so “διηνεκέςh.Ap.255, Call.Fr.158; also εἰς τὸ διηνεκές in perpetuity, Ep.Hebr.7.3, PRyl.2.427 (ii A. D.), JHS33.338 (Macedonia, ii A. D.); -κῶς invariably, opp. πλεονάκις, Gal.18(2).315.—The Aeol. and Dor. form δια_νεκής is used also in Att., as Pl.Hp.Ma.301b, 301e (cf. Diogenian. ap. Sch. ad loc.), Anaxandr. l. c., IG2.1054.81; but νόμος διηνεκής a perpetual law is read in Pl.Lg. 839a.
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    • Hesiod, Theogony, 627
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    • Dio Chrysostom, Orationes, 49.8
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