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εὔπορ-ος , ον,
A.easy to pass or travel through, ἄτης . . πέλαγος οὐ μάλ᾽ εὔ. A.Supp.470; “ὁδόςPl.R.328e; τὰ εὔ. open ground, X.Eq.Mag.4.4; “εὔπορον ἦν διιέναιTh.4.78, cf. X.An.3.5.17; εὔ. ποιεῖν τὰ ὦτα to open one's ears, Luc.Lex.1; μήτρα lax, Sor.1.34.
II. ready, glib, “γλῶτταAr.Eq.637.
2. of persons, full of resources or devices, ingenious, inventive, opp. ἄπορος, E.Fr.430 (Sup.); “εἰ οὖν τις . . -ώτερος ἐμοῦPl.Phd.86d; “εὔ. ἐν τοῖς ἀπόροιςAlex.234.5; -“ώτεροι πρὸς ἅπαν ἔργονPl.Prt.348d: c. inf., “χρήματα πορίζειν -ώτατον γυνήAr.Ec.236; “ἐς τὴν δίαιταν -ώτατοιId.V.1112.
III. well-provided with, rich in, “πόλιν τοῖς πᾶσιν -ωτάτηνTh.2.64; “τὰ περὶ τὸν βίον -ώτεροιIsoc.8.19; τίς -ώτερος χρημάτων; D.Chr.3.132: abs., fertile, “γῆPoll.1.186; well-furnished, “πράγματ᾽ -ώτεραD.19.89; well off, wealthy, οἱ εὔ. Id.1.28, etc.; opp. οἱ ἄποροι, Arist.Pol.1279b8, etc.; persons of substance, capable of bearing taxation, SIG344.115 (Sup., Teos, iv B.C.); “εὔ. καὶ ἐπιτήδειοςPOxy.1187.11 (iii A.D.), etc.
IV. Adv. -ρως easily, X.Cyr.1.6.9, etc.: Comp. -ώτερον Pl.Smp.204e.
2. in abundance, “εὐ. ἔχειν πάνταTh.8.36; οὐκ εὐ. ἔχω I don't feel well, Luc.Lex.2 codd. (εὐφ- Cobet).
3. resourcefully, Hp.Off.7.
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