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σάρκ-ι^νος , η, ον,
A.of or like flesh, fleshy, ς. ὄζος (v. ὄζος ς. [μέρη] fleshy parts, such as the gums, Arist.HA 493a1; made of flesh (and blood), Id.EN1117b5; ἄνθρωποι θνατοὶ καὶ ς. Hipparch. ap. Stob.4.44.81, cf. Phld.D.3 Fr.6, Sign.34; ς. ἰχθῦς (opp. a dream) Theoc.21.66; τοῖς τὸ χρήσιμον καὶ ς. καὶ ὠφέλιμον [ἔχουσι τῶν λόγων] substantial, Plu.2.79c.
2. made of gut, “σχοινίαPLond.3.1177.169 (ii A.D.).
3. fleshly, of the flesh, Ep. Hebr.7.16, v.l. in Ep.Rom.7.14.
II. fleshy, corpulent, Ar.Fr.711, Eup.387; “σώματαPl.Lg.906c.
III. σάρκινος ἤτοι γυργαθός, perh. = σαργάνη 2, Edict.Diocl.32.18.
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    • Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, 1117b.5
    • New Testament, Romans, 7.14
    • Plato, Laws, 2
    • Plato, Laws, 906c
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