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ἀνάξιος (A), ον, also α, ον freq. in Att.:
I. of persons, unworthy, not deemed or held worthy; ἀνάξιον σοῦ too good for thee, S.Ph.1009: also c. inf., . γὰρ πᾶσίν ἐστε δυστυχεῖν undeserving in the eyes of all to suffer, S.OC1446; “νικᾶνPl.Prt.356a.
2. abs., worthless, despicable, Hdt.7.9, S.Ph.439, etc.; “ἁπερεί τις ἔποικος ἀναξίαId.El. 189 (lyr.). Adv. “-ίωςId.Aj.1392, etc.
3. undeserving of evil, Id.Ant.694, E.Heracl.526, Th.3.59.
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