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κουρ-εῶτις (sc. ἡμέρα, Hsch.;
A.κ. ἑορτήAlciphr.3.46), ιδος, , the third day of the Ἀπατούρια, on which children were presented to the φράτερες, and boys competed in recitation, Pl.Ti.21b; “ κ. ἈπατουρίωνIG22.1237.28. (Perh. from κείρω, κουρά, because the child's hair is said to have been cut on that day, Hsch.
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