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φι^λήκο-ος , ον, (ἀκοή)
A.fond of hearing conversation, discourses, etc., “φ. καὶ ζητητικόςPl.R.535d; φιλόμουσος καὶ φ. ib.548e; οἵ τε φιλοθεάμονες οἵ τε φ. ib.475d; “ἀνὴρ φ. καὶ ἱστορικόςPlu.Alc.10:—τὸ φ., = φιληκοΐα, Id.2.704e: but also, fond of hearing for mere pastime, opp. οἱ φιλομαθοῦντες, Plb.7.7.8. Adv. “-ως, ἔχεινHld.5.16, Aristid.2.230 J., Chor.6.34 p.95 F.-R.
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    • Plato, Republic, 535d
    • Plato, Republic, 475d
    • Plato, Republic, 548e
    • Plutarch, Alcibiades, 10
    • Polybius, Histories, 7.7.8
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