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δι^δασκα^λ-ικός , ή, όν,
A.of or for teaching,τινόςPhilol.11; “ὄργανονPl.Cra.388b; “λόγοιX.Mem.1.2.21; “πειθὼ δ. περί τιPl.Grg.453e, cf. 455a: -κή (sc. τέχνη) the faculty of giving instruction, Id.Sph.231b; “τὸ -κόνId.Lg.813b; so, in disparagement, τὸ πρεσβυτικὸν καὶ δ. the didactic manner of old age, of Isocrates, Hermog.Id.2.11: Comp. “-ώτεροςArist.Metaph.982a13. Adv. “-κῶςPl.Cra.388c, Plb.6.3.5: Comp. “-ώτερονDioph.1p.474T., Hermog. Inv.1.1.
2. -κή (sc. ὁμολογίἀ, , contract of apprenticeship, POxy. 275.34 (i A. D.).
3. Gramm., τόπος δ., locus classicus, Sch.Il.5.857.
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