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κάταγμα (B), ατος, τό, Ion. κάτηγμα , later κατέαγμα (cf. κατάγνυμι),
A.fragment, BCH35.286 (Delos, ii B.C.); later “μικρὰ κατεάγματα λίθουBGU647.13 (ii A.D.); πλίνθων κατάγματα dub. cj. in Alc. 153.
II. breakage, PAmh.2.93.19 (ii A.D., in form -αίαγμα = -έαγμα); esp.
2. Medic., fracture, Hp.Aph.5.22, Thphr.HP4.8.6, Sor.Fract.1, al., Gal.10.423; “μελῶνVett.Val.110.5. [τα_ by nature, Ammon.Diff.p.78V.]:—hence καταγλωττ-αγματικός , ή, όν, liable to fracture, Vett.Val.110.23; but usu.
2. of or for fracture, “ἔμπλαστροςAsclep. ap. Gal.13.536; “ἀγωγή Hp.Fract.12.279C.; “ἐπίδεσιςGal.18(2).441. Adv. -κῶς ib.536.
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