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συνοικει-όω ,
A.bind together as friends or kinsmen, associate, bring into connexion, “τινί τιναPlu.Num.8, Ant.75, cf. 2.355b; adapt exactly, τὰσώματα ταῖς ὥραιςLuc.Anach.24, cf. S.E.M.5.95; bring into relation with, “τοὺς ἀγνοουμένους τῶν τόπων τοῖς γνωριζομένοιςPlb.5.21.5; of allegorical identifications, τοὺς θεοὺς ἀψύχοις ς. Phld.Piet.13, al. :— Pass., to be bound by ties of kindred, to be closely united, Arist.EN 1162a2; τῷ γεννηθέντι ib.1161b21; ἡδονὴ συνῳκείωται τῷ γένει ἡμῶν ib.1172a20, cf. 1175a29, 1178a15, Plu.Lyc.4: generally, to be associated with, “τῷ μὴ ψευδεῖPhld.Mus.p.29 K.
2. Astrol., in Pass., to be situated together in the domicile, “ -ούμενος τῇ ΣελήνῃVett.Val. 101.5.
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    • Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, 1178a.15
    • Polybius, Histories, 5.21.5
    • Plutarch, Antonius, 75
    • Plutarch, Lycurgus, 4
    • Plutarch, Numa, 8
    • Lucian, Anacharsis, 24
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