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πρόσκαιρος , ον,
A.occasional, extraordinary, “ἑορτήIG22.1368.44; αἱ π. ἐπιβολαί the additional taxes, PLond.3.979.19(iv A.D.); “τὰ δημόσια τέλη κανονικά τε καὶ π. τούτωνPMasp.168.36 (vi A.D.).
2. opportune, “ἐκδρομαίPlu.Pel.15; “θόρυβοιLuc.Dem.Enc.31; ῥῆμα Sch.Ar. Ach.274.
3. at the time, “τὰ π. ἄδηλαGal.1.78.
4. πρόσκαιρον, τό, agreement having temporary validity, Sammelb.6000v.35 (vi A.D.).
II. lasting for a time, temporary, Str.7.3.11; “ἀνοχήD.C. Fr.46.1; π. τέρψις, opp. ἀθάνατος, D.H.Rh.7.4,6; opp. αἰώνιος, 2 Ep.Cor.4.18, cf. OGI669.14 (Egypt, i A.D.); transient, Ev.Matt. 13.21, Plot.4.8.8. Adv. “-ρωςSor.1.31, Ps.-Dsc.4.58, Hdn.4.14.7.
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    • Aristophanes, Acharnians, 274
    • Strabo, Geography, 7.3.11
    • New Testament, 2 Corinthians, 4.18
    • Plutarch, Pelopidas, 15
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