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δισσός , Att. διττός , Ion. διξός (q. v.), ή, όν, (δίς)
A.twofold, double, Hdt.2.44, 7.70, Pl.Tht.198d, etc. Adv. διττῶς, opp. ἁπλῶς, doubly, in two ways, δ. [γνώριμα] Arist.EN1095b2; δ. λέγεσθαι ib.1096b13, al.
2. executed in duplicate,ἀποχήPOxy.1024.39 (ii A. D.), etc.
II. pl., two, Pi.N.1.44, Hdt.5.40,52, A.Pr.957, S.Aj.57, etc.: with a dual, “δισσοὶ προάγοντε μάλισταIamb.Comm.Math. 25.
III. metaph., divided, disagreeing in mind, λήμασι δισσούς λήμασιν ἴσους Dind.) A.Ag.122 (lyr.).
2. doubtful, ambiguous,ὄνειροιS.El.645; “τὸ δ.ambiguity, Arist.Pol.1261b29. Adv. “διττῶςId.SE180a15.
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