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ἀνθρώπ-ινος , η, ον, also ος, ον Pl.Lg.737b:—
A.of, from, or belonging to man, human,. βίοςPhilol.11, cf. Hdt.7.46; ἅπαν τὸ . all mankind, Id.1.86; τὸ . γένος (v.l. φῦλον) Antipho 4.1.2, Pl.Phd.82b; . κίνδυνοι, opp. θεῖοι, And.1.139; “. δίκηLys.6.20; . τεκμήρια, opp. omens, Antipho 5.81; “τἀνθρώπιναhuman affairs, Pl.Tht.170b, Arist.EN1102b3 (v.l. -ικά ἀνθρώπινόν τι παθεῖν die, IG5(2), 266.20 (Mantinea, i B. C.), cf. PPetr.1p.33 (iii B. C.), PRyl.153.39 (ii A. D.); so “ἐάν τι τῶν . περί τινα γένηταιEpicur.Fr.217.
2. human, suited to man, ἀνθρωπίνη δόξα fallible, human understanding, Pl.Sph.229a; οὐκ . ἀμαθία super-human, monstrous folly, Id.Lg.737b, etc.; . καὶ μετρία σκῆψις
3. ἀνθρώπινα, τά, secular revenues, SIG527.133; secular rites, opp.θῖνα, Leg.Gort.10.43.
II. Adv. ἀνθρωπίνως, ἁμαρτάνειν commit human, i.e. venial, errors, Th.3.40; “ἀνθρωπινώτερονmore within the range of human faculty, Pl.Cra.392b, D.18.252; ἀνθρωπίνως ἐκλογίζεσθαι, i.e. with fellow-feeling, And.2.6; humanely, gently, D.23.70; “. χρὴ τὰς τύχας φέρεινwith moderation, Men.816; “εὐτυχίανD.S.1.60.—Of the three forms, ἀνθρώπειος is used exclusively in Trag. and generally in Th. (but cf.1.22); ἀνθρώπινος prevails in Comedy and in Prose from Pl. downwds. (though he uses ἀνθρώπειος no less frequently); ἀνθρωπικός is freq. in Arist. ἀνθρώπ-ιον , τό, = sq., E.Cyc. 185, Anaxandr. 34; paltry fellow, πόνηρ᾽ ἀνθρώπιαAr.Pax263, cf. X.Mem.2.3.16, Cyr.5.1.14, D.18.242.
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    • Demosthenes, On the Crown, 242
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