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δημιουργ-έω (cf. 11. infr.),
A.practise a handicraft, Pl.Plt.288d, etc.; τινί for one, Id.Lg.846e, R. 342e: metaph., “ δημιουργήσασα φύσιςArist.PA645a9.
2. c. acc. rei, work at, fabricate, Pl.Plt.288e; “ φύσις οὐδὲν δ. μάτηνArist.IA711a18, cf. PA647b5; δ. τὸν υἱὸν εἰς ἀρετήν to train him to . ., Plu.Cat.Ma.20:—Pass., to be wrought or fabricated, Pl.R.414d, al.; “τὰ δημιουργούμεναproducts of arts and crafts, Arist.EN1094b14.
3. of divine power, create,τὸν ὁρατὸν κόσμονPh.1.4; “ δημιουργῶν θεόςNumen. ap. Eus.PE11.18.6, cf. Dam.Pr.304, etc.:— Pass., Procl.Inst.207.
II. hold office of δημιουργός, CIG4415b (Iotapata), etc.; of a woman, Supp.Epigr.1.393 (Samos, i B. C.); “δαμιοργέοντος ΜίκκωνοςIG9(1).330(Locr.); to be a civil official, opp. στρατηγέω, Artem.2.22.
b. c. acc., administer,δαμιουργεόντων τὰ ἱεράIG9(1).32.44 (Stiris).
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    • Plato, Laws, 846e
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    • Plato, Statesman, 288e
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