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ἐπακ-τός , όν, or ή, όν (cf. 111 infr.), (ἐπάγω)
A.brought in,ὕδαταHp. Aër.9; esp. brought in from abroad, imported,. σῖτοςTh.6.20; “πάντων ἐπακτῶν δεῖσθαιId.7.28; acquired,τῇ Ἑλλάδι πενίη μὲν . . σύντροφός ἐστι, ἀρετὴ δὲ .Hdt.7.102; “ὕδωρ εἴτ᾽ . εἴτε συμφυέςArist.Mete.382b11, cf. GA750a9; “. πημονήE.Hipp.318; “κακόνPhilem.93.5; “. παρ᾽ ἄλλων δίκαιονPl.R.405b; ὅρκος . an oath imposed by the other party, Lys.Fr.251S., Isoc.1.23; adventitious,. χρώμασι κοσμεῖσθαιSocr.Ep.6.3, cf. Plot.1.4.3.
2. of persons, . ποιμήν an alien lord, Pi. O.10(11).89; . δικασταί dub. in IG11(4).1065b20 (Delos); “ἱκέσιος .Notiz.Arch.4p.98 (Cyrene); esp. of foreign allies or mercenaries, . στράτευμα, στρατός, A.Th.583, S.Tr.259; “δόρυId.OC1525; ἐπακτῷ δυνάμει with an alien, mercenary force, Isoc.10.37, cf. Pl.R.573b; also λαβὼν ἐπακτὸν ἄνδρα, i.e. an adulterer, S.Aj.1296; . πατήρ a false father, E.Ion592: metaph., ὄμβρος . ἐλθών rain coming as an invader, Pi.P.6.10.
II. like αὐθαίρετος, brought upon oneself,νόσοςS.Tr.491; “γάμων . ἄτανE.Ph.343 (lyr.).
III. ἐπακταί (sc. ἡμέραι), αἱ, intercalary days, Isid.Etym.6.17.29, Zonar.
IV. ἐπακτόν, τό, charm, spell, GDI3545 (Cnidus).
V. . ὅρκος oath administered, PMon.6.8 (vi A.D.).
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