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ἀνόσιος , ον, more rarely α, ον E.Tr.1316 (lyr.), Aeschin.2.157 (dub.), and later:—
A.unholy, profane, opp. ἄδικος, as ὅσιος to δίκαιος (v. “ὅσιος1.1), of persons, A.Th.611, S.OT353, etc.; “. θεομισήςPl. Euthphr.7a; “ἄδικος καὶ .Id.Grg.505b.
II. Adv. “-ίωςin unholy wise, S.Ph.257; κάτω γῆς . οἰκῶν without funeral rites, or through an unholy deed, E.El.677.
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