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ἄκοπ-ος , ον,
A.unwearied, Pl.Lg. 789d. Adv. “-πως, διαπονεῖνHp.Vict.3.70: Comp., ἡγούμενος -ωτέρως ἔσεσθαι τοῖς στρατιώταις prob. in Hell.Oxy.17.2.
2. free from trouble, Amips.28.
3. unbruised, of fruit, etc., PHib.49.9 (Sup., iii B. C.).
II. Act., not wearying, “ὄχησιςPl.Ti.89a; of a horse, easy, X.Eq.1.6 (Comp.); “τοῖς τετράποσιν ἄκοπον τὸ ἑστάναιArist.PA689b17.
2. removing weariness, refreshing, Hp.Aph. 2.48, Acut.66, Pl.Phdr.227a, Agathin. ap. Orib. 10.7.21 (Comp.):— ἄκοπον (sc. φάρμακον), τό, application (of various kinds) for relief of pain, etc., Dsc.1.1, Gal.13.1005, Luc.Alex.22, etc., cf. Antyll. ap. Orib.10.29; in Asclep. ap. Gal.13.343 also ἄκοπος, .
3. = ἀνάγυρος, Dsc.3.150, Sch.Nic.Th.71.
III. (from κόπτω) not worm-eaten, Arist.Pr.909a19. Adv. “-πως, ἔχεινThphr.CP4.16.2.
2. not broken or ground, whole, “πέπεριAlex.Aphr.Pr.1.67; not moth-eaten, “ἱμάτιαThphr.HP4.4.2.
3. uncut, “χόρτοςPFlor.232.11 (iii A. D.).
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    • Plato, Laws, 789d
    • Plato, Phaedrus, 227a
    • Plato, Timaeus, 89a
    • Xenophon, On the Art of Horsemanship, 1.6
    • Hippocrates, Aphorismi, 2.48
    • Lucian, Alexander, 22
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