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παῖς relation to Descent, a child, whether son or daughter, Il.:— παῖς παιδός a child's child, grandchild, id=Il.; Ἀγήνορος παῖδες ἐκ παίδων Eur.;—of animals, Aesch.
2.metaph., ἀμπέλου παῖς, i. e. wine, Pind.
3.periphr., δυστήνων παῖδες (v. sub δύστηνος); οἱ Λυδῶν παῖδες, sons of the Lydians, i. e. the Lydians, Hdt.; π. Ἑλλήνων Aesch.; οἱ Ἀσκληπιοῦ π. i. e. physicians, Plat., etc. relation to Age, a child, either a boy, youth, lad, or a girl, maiden, Hom., etc.; with another Subst., παῖς συφορβός a boy- swineherd, Il.: —ἐκ παιδός from a child, Plat.; ἐκ παίδων or παίδων εὐθύς id=Plat.; εὐθὺς ἐκ παίδων ἐξελθών Dem. relation to Condition, a slave, servant, man or maid, Aesch., Ar., etc.

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