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χορηγ-ός , (also ), Dor. χορα_γός Alcm.23.44, Ar.Lys.1315 (lyr.): (χορός, ἡγέομαι):—
II. at Athens and elsewhere, one who defrays the costs for producing a chorus,χορηγῶν ἀποδεικνυμένων ἑκατέρῃ τῶν δαιμόνων δέκα ἀνδρῶνHdt.5.83; “χορηγὸν καταστῆσαί τιναIG22.141.34; “χ. κατεστάθην εἰς ΘαργήλιαAntipho 6.11; “καταστὰς χ. τραγῳδοῖςLys.21.1, cf. 3; supplied by the φυλαί in turn, D.20.130, cf. Aeschin. 1.11; “χ. αἱρεθείς, ἱμάτια χρυσᾶ παρασχὼν τῷ χορῷ, ῥάκος φορεῖAntiph. 204.5 (troch.); used of a woman, Milet.1(7). No.265: generally, of liturgies other than the trierarchy, “εἰσποιεῖ χορηγοὺς εἰς ἐκείνας τὰς λῃτουργίαςD.20.19.
3. Astrol., of planets, patron of a profession or trade, Paul.Al.P.2.
4. Medic., supply-veins, Orib.45.18.23.
b. a dressing, Id.46.19.6.
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