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διακοπή , ,
A.gash, cleft, as in the skull, Hp.VC7, Gal.7.38; deepseated wound, Id.18(1).27; “διακοπαὶ σωμάτωνPlu.Mar.19; severance of a musical string, Theo Sm.p.71 H.
b. rupture of a blood-vessel, Gal.19.457.
II. cutting or canal through an isthmus or mountain, Str.1.3.18 (pl.); through a wall or dam, BGU1188.8 (i B.C.); narrow channel or passage, LXXJb.28.4, al., cf. J.AJ7.4.2.
III. divorce, Sm.De.24.3(1).
IV. metaph., breach, rupture, quarrel, LXXJd.21.15: pl., “δ. φίλωνVett.Val.3.2.
V. refutation,λόγωνPhld.Rh.1.11 S., al.
VI. intermission, Herod.Med. ap. Orib. 6.20.19.
VII. Gramm., tmesis, Charis.p.275 K.
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (5):
    • Flavius Josephus, Jewish Antiquities, 7.4.2
    • Strabo, Geography, 1.3.18
    • Hippocrates, De capitis vulneribus, 7
    • Old Testament, Job, 28.4
    • Plutarch, Caius Marius, 19
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