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εὔνοος , ον, Att. contr. εὔνους , ουν, dat.
A.εὔνῳTh.4.87: pl. εὖνοι, also heterocl. εὔνους (contr. from εὔνοες) Lys.8.19, Philem.222, IG22.505.10, al.: gen. pl. “εὐνόωνTh.6.64 codd., εὔνων edd.:—well-disposed, kindly, friendly, ἀνὴρ φίλος καὶ εὔ. Hdt.5.24; “ἐνυπνίων κριτήςA.Pers. 226 (troch.); τινι to one, Hdt.7.173, al., S.Ph.1351, etc.; “τῷ δήμῳAnd.4.16, IG22.808.10, etc.; “τῇ πόλειSIG572.5 (Nisyros, iii B. C.), etc.; οἱ ἐμοὶ εὖνοι my well-wishers, X.Ap.27; τὸ εὔνουν, = εὔνοια, S.El. 1203, Th.4.87, al.; opp. δυσμενής, X.Cyr.8.3.5; dist. fr. φίλος, Arist. EN 1156a2: Comp. “εὐνούστεροςLys.27.13, etc.; Ion. “εὐνοέστεροςHdt. 5.24, Herod.6.72; also “εὐνοώτεροςPhilox. Gramm. ap. EM394.13: Sup. “εὐνούστατοςS.Aj.822, Ar.Eq.874, etc.; “εὐνοέστατοςEM394.5.
2. of things, τὴν πάροδον ἵν᾽ ἔχῃς . . εὐνουστέραν more favourable, Dionys. Com.3.17. Adv. “εὐνόωςIG7.1 (Megara, iv/iii B. C.), etc.; “ἔχειν πρός τιναPlu.Galb.8, cf. Aristeas 242; “διακείμενοςPhld.Lib.p.38 O.; contr. “εὔνως, χρῆσθαί τινιM.Ant.3.11: Comp. -“νούστερον, ἔχειν τινίArr. Epict.4.6.7: Sup. -“νούστατα, διακεῖσθαι πρός τιναD.S.19.6.
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