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1516. The dative of manner may denote the particular point of view from which a statement is made. This occurs chiefly with intransitive adjectives but also with intransitive verbs (Dative of Respect). (Cp. 1600.)

““ἀνὴρ ἡλικίᾳ ἔτι νέοςa man still young in yearsT. 5.43, τοῖς σώμασι τὸ πλέον ἰσχύ_ουσα τοῖς χρήμασιν a power stronger in men than in money 1. 121, ““ἀσθενὴς τῷ σώματιweak in bodyD. 21.165, ““τῇ φωνῇ τρα_χύςharsh of voiceX. A. 2.6.9, ““φρονήσει διαφέρωνdistinguished in understandingX. C. 2.3.5, ““τῶν τότε δυνάμει προύχωνsuperior in power to the men of that timeT. 1.9, ὀνόματι σπονδαί a truce so far as the name goes 6. 10.

a. The accusative of respect (1600) is often nearly equivalent to the dative of respect.

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