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προσδίδωμι ,
A.give or pay in addition, “ἀεὶ πλείω π.X.An.1.9.19, cf. Isoc.8.23, Men.926, PMich.Zen.28.12, 45.18 (iii B.C.), LXX Ge.29.33, Luc.Macr.25, Merc. Cond.20:—Pass., to be given or paid in addition, “προσδίδοσθαι τὸ ἐπιβάλλον τοῦ μισθοῦSIG578.20 (Teos, ii B.C.), cf. 251 ii 12 (Delph., iv B.C.), OGI473.7 (Didyma, i A.D.); τὸ προσδοθὲν ἐπὶ τὸν λύχνον (sc. ἔλαιον) Sammelb.6796.169 (iii B.C.).
III. concede, permit of, A.D.Synt.324.20.
IV. hand a thing to a person, “δελτάριον τῷ ΚάτωνιPlu.Cat.Mi.24, Brut.5, cf. Ant.83.
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