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σκοτειν-ός , ή, όν, (σκότος)
A.dark, νυκτὸς ἅρμ᾽ ἐπείγεται ς. A.Ch.661; ς. τῶν ἐνερτέρων βέλος ib.285; ς. περιβολαί, of a scabbard, E.Ph.276; [ὁδοί] X.Cyn.6.5; “τὰ ς. θεάσασθαιPl.R.520c; ἀνὰ τὸ ς. προϊδεῖν in the darkness, Th.3.22; of a person, blind, καίπερ ς. S.OT1326; “ς. ὄμμαE.Alc.385; τὰ ς. the dark shadows in a picture, X.Mem.3.10.1, Plu.2.57c: neut. as Adv., σκοτεινὸν ζῆν to live in privacy, Pl.Lg. 781c.
III. prob. f.l. for κοτ- in Pi.N.7.61.
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