A.speaking with, of the same tenor with, μαντεῖα καινὰ τοῖς πάλαι ξ. S.Tr.1165:—as Subst., one who agrees with another, “συνήγορόν μ᾽ ἔχεις” A.Ag.831.
II. advocate, ἐάν τις . . ς. ὢν λαμβάνῃ χρήματα ἐπὶ ταῖς δίκαις ταῖς ἰδίαις ἢ δημοσίαις Lex ap.D.46.26:
1. public advocate, chosen by the state, e.g. at Athens, to defend laws against proposed changes before the νομοθέται, D.24.36; or to conduct public prosecutions, Ar.Ach.715 (troch.), Eq.1358, V.482 (troch.), Decr. ap. Plu.2.833f; also ten appointed by lot annually to represent the state at the εὔθυναι of magistrates, Arist.Ath.54.2; two appointed by εἰσαγωγεῖς in connexion with assessments of tribute, IG12.63.8 (dub.); in Boeotia the magistrates in charge of the εὔθυναι were called συνήγοροι, ib.7.303.26（Oropus), cf.Arist.Pol.1322b11.
b. ς. τοῦ ἱερωτάτου ταμιείου, = Lat. advocatus fisci, Ath.Mitt.25.124 (Lydia, ii/iii A.D.); “ς. τοῦ ἐν Φρυγίᾳ ταμιείου καὶ τοῦ ἐν Ἀσίᾳ” IGRom.4.819 (Hierapolis).