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Headword: *)ece/nizen
Adler number: epsilon,1628
Translated headword: used to be foreign
Vetting Status: high
Meaning [he] was a foreigner. But Didymos says that it means [he] used to speak in foreign words, not Attic ones.
Greek Original:
*)ece/nizen: a)nti\ tou= ce/nos h)=n. *di/dumos de/ fhsin a)nti\ tou=, ou)k *)attikoi=s a)lla\ ce/nois r(h/masi diele/geto.
The headword occurs in Demosthenes 57.18, where the speaker uses it of the allegations made against his father. This glossing on it is a shorter version of Harpokration s.v. (epsilon66 Keaney), which cites the explanation in Didymos (p.315 Schmidt) but inclines toward the (anonymous) one given first, there and again here. Modern scholarship unanimously supports Didymos.
cf. xi 29, xi 30.
Keywords: definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; ethics; geography; law; rhetoric
Translated by: David Whitehead on 8 November 2000@08:20:28.
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Catharine Roth (added cross-references) on 29 November 2002@01:04:03.
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