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ἀνδρεῖος , α, ον, Ion. ἀνδρ-ήιος , η, ον (codd. of Hdt. have the common form in the Comp. and Sup. ἀνδρειότερος, -ότατος, 1.79,123), Delph. ἀνδρέος GDI1724, al.:—
A.of or for a man, στέγη dub. in A.Fr.124; “θαἰμάτιαAr.Ec.75; opp. γυναικεῖος, Id.Th.154, Archipp.6D., Pl.R. 451c, X.Mem.2.7.5; “πέπλοιTheoc.28.10 (where ἀνδρέϊοι; αὐλός (v. αὐλός) Hdt.1.17; . ἀγορά the men's market, CIG3657 (Cyzicus); ἀνδρεῖος (sc. σύλλογος) Test.Epict.1.22, 2.29; “ἀνδρεῖα ἠμπίσχετοvestem virilem, D.L.3.46; . ἱμάτιον, = toga virilis, Plu.Brut.14.
2. of animals, Arist.HA488b17, cf. Pl.La.196d, 196e.
3. of things, strong, vigorous,λαφυγμόςEup.148; “θήρατρονAel.VH 1.1.
III. ἀνδρεῖα , τά, the public meals of the Cretans, also the older name for the Spartan φειδίτια or φιλίτια (q.v.), Alcm.22, Arist. Pol.1272a3, Plu.Lyc.12, Str.10.4.18 (v.l. ἄνδρια:—also ἀνδρήιον , τό, Cretan for the public hall, GDI4992 a ii 9, cf. 5040.38, al.
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