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εὐα_γής , ές, (v. fin.)
2. metaph., alert, “ἄνθρωποιHp.Vict.2.62 (v.l. γίνεται εὐαγής (sc. τε ὄψις καὶ ἀκοή), cf. εὐαγέα (v.l. εὐπαγέα καὶ εὐήκοα ibid.).
II. far-seen or conspicuous, “πέτραPi.Pae.Fr.19.25; ἕδραν παντὸς εὐαγῆ στρατοῦ a seat in full view of the army, A.Pers.466; “ἔστην θεατὴς πύργον εὐαγῆ λαβώνE.Supp.652. (α_ Parm.l.c., Lyr. Alex.l.c.,AP6.204 (Leon., s.v.l.).—Perh. fr. εὐ-α_υγής α^ὐγήlengthd., cf. εὐα_γορέω, εὐα_ής, etc.), as ἑα_τοῦ fr. ἑα_υτοῦ: εὐαυγ- is a correction in Pi.l.c., v.l. in Pae.Erythr.l.c., and may be the original spelling; cf. εὐαυγής.)
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (6):
    • Aeschylus, Persians, 466
    • Euripides, Bacchae, 662
    • Euripides, Suppliants, 652
    • Plato, Laws, 952a
    • Plato, Timaeus, 58d
    • Aretaeus, De causis et signis acutorum morborum (lib. 1), 2.4
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