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βίαιος [ι^], α, ον, also ος, ον Pl.R.399a, Philostr.VA1.33: (βία):—
A.forcible, violent: Adj. once in Hom., “ἔρδειν ἔργα βίαιαOd.2.236, Adv. twice, by force, perforce, “κατέδουσι βιαίως οἶκον Ὀδυσσῆος2.237; “γυναιξὶ παρευνάζεσθε βιαίως22.37; freq. in all writers, “ἔργα β.Thgn. 1343; “νόμος ἄγει δικαιῶν τὸ βιαιότατονPi.Fr.169; of persons, “βιαιότατος τῶν πολιτῶνTh.3.36; “χρόνος καταψήχει καὶ τὰ βιαιόταταSimon. 176; β. θάνατος a violent death, Hdt.7.170, Pl.R.566b, etc.; “β. νόσοςS.Ant.1140(lyr.); “β. ἄνεμοςArist.Mete.370b9; “ἐπάρδευσιςEpicur.Ep. 2p.44U. (Comp.); πόλεμος β. διδάσκαλος teaches by violence, Th. 3.82; δίκη βιαίων an action for forcible rescue, Harp.; τοῖς β. or τῶν βιαίων ἔνοχος, Lys.23.12, Pl.Lg.914e; βιαίων [ἐγκαλεῖ] D.37.33; τὰ [περὶ] τῶν βιαίων ibid.; συναλλάγματα β., λαθραῖα, obligationes ex delicto, Arist.EN1131a8; “κλοπαῖα καὶ β.Pl.Lg.934c. Adv. “βιαίως, ἀποθανεῖνAntipho 1.26; β. σέλμα σεμνὸν ἡμένων in their irresistible might, A.Ag.182 (lyr.); χαλεπῶς καὶ β. by struggling and forcing their way, Th.3.23; firmly, “σχεδίας β. ζεύξαντεςPlb.3.46.1: neut. pl. as Adv., A.Supp.821 (lyr.); “πρὸς τὸ β.Id.Ag.130; “ἐκ τοῦ βιαιοτάτουD.H.10.36.
2. esp. of magic, “β. τέχνηPhilostr.VA1.33. Adv. βιαίως, σοφός a wizard, ib.1.2.
2. = βιαιοθάνατος, PMag.Par.1.332.
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