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ἀνδρικός , ή, όν,
A.masculine, manly, Pl.R.474e, etc.; [“δίαιτα] σώφρων καὶ .Id.Ep.359a; “νοσήματαHp.Mul.1.62; . ἱδρώς the sweat of manly toil, Ar.Ach.693; “σφηκὸς ἀνδρικώτερονId.V.1090, cf. 1077; “ἐσθήςD.C.45.2; “τὸ τῆς χρόας .Arist.Fr.542: Comp., Anaxandr.1 D. c. inf., πίνειν καὶ φαγεῖν μὲν ἀνδρικοί like men to eat and drink, Eub.12. Adv. “-κῶςlike a man, Ar.Eq.599, V.153, al.: Comp. “-ώτερονId.Pax 515: Sup. “-ώταταId.Eq.81; opp. ἀνάνδρως, Pl.Tht.177b.
2. of things, large, Eub.56.
II. composed of men,χορόςX.HG6.4.16, Lys.21.1.
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