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φι^λο-κίνδυ_νος , ον,
A.fond of danger, adventurous, X.An.2.6.7, Cyr.2.1.22, D.11.22; “ἐπίπονος καὶ φ. βίοςIsoc.10.17; “θυμοειδὴς καὶ φ.Plu.Arist.17: Comp., Luc.Peregr.23: Sup., “πρὸς τὰ θηρία φιλοκινδυνότατοςX.An.1.9.6: “τὸ φ.adventurousness, Plu.2.966a, Luc.DMort.14.5, etc.: Adv. “-νωςX.Smp.4.33, OGI248.39 (Pergam., ii B. C.); “φ. ἔχεινAristid.1.394J.: Comp. “-ότερονOnos.1.24.
2. in bad sense, foolhardy,-ότατος πάντων ἀνθρώπων εἶD.20.145, cf. Ael.VH12.23, Lib.Ep.14.2. Adv. “-νωςLuc.DMort. 19.2; “διετέθησανIsoc.8.97.
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