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διαδίδωμι , fut.
A.-δώσωPl.R.328a:—pass on, hand over, ἐμοὶ τοῦτον διέδωκαν (sc. Μοῖσαι)“ ἀθάνατον πόνονPi.Pae.9 Fr.16.16; “λαμπάδια ἔχοντες διαδώσουσιν ἀλλήλοιςPl. l.c.; propound for consideration, Pall. in Hp.Fract.12.277 C.; spread abroad,λόγονPlu. Them.19:— Pass., λόγος διεδόθη v.l. in X.Cyr.4.2.10, cf. Plu.Sol.8; “διαδοθέντος τοῦ λόγουIsoc.5.7, cf. 9.74; παρὰ τῶν ἀρχαιων δ. to be handed down by tradition, Arist.Cael.270b17; “ἐν παροιμίᾳ διαδοθῆναιStr.6.2.4.
3. δ. κόρας cast one's eyes around, E.Ph.1371, cj. in Or.1267.
4. διαδοῦναι δίκας give satisfaction to injured party, Hsch.
II. intr., spread about, Arist.HA495b8.
2. remit, Hp.Acut.(Sp.)5.
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