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τρισσ-ός , ή, όν; Att. τριττός Pl.Lg.782d, etc.; Ion. τριξός (q. v.): (τρίς):—
A.threefold, Hes.Fr.191, E.Fr.285.3, etc.; τρισσὸν ζεῦγος τρισσῶν (sed leg. τριῶν)“ θεῶνId.Tr.924; “πρᾶσις τ. γραφεῖσαPOxy.1208.24 (iii A. D.):—Adv. “-ῶςThphr. ap. D.H.Lys.14, LXXPr.22.20, al., AP 12.123.
II. in pl., = τρεῖς, Pi.P.8.80, S.OT164 (lyr.), OC479, E.Hec.645 (lyr.), Pl.R.504a.
III. = τρίτος, IG12(2).129.8 (Mytil.).
IV. τρισσοί, = shields, misrendering of Hebr. šelātî through confusion with šālōš 'three', LXX4 Ki.11.10.
V. literal rendering of Hebr. šālīš 'measure containing third part (of unknown unit)', Aq.Is.40.12.
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