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Headword: *)epith/deios
Adler number: epsilon,2688
Translated headword: suitable, agreeable
Vetting Status: high
From the [noun] de/os, which means fear, [comes] a)/deos ["no fear"], with addition of iota a)/deios,[1] one who is deprived of fear; with lengthening of the alpha into eta, [and] with addition of tau, [and] with the e)pi/ prefix, [it becomes] e)pith/deios.
Greek Original:
*)epith/deios: para\ to\ de/os, o(\ shmai/nei to\n fo/bon, a)/deos, pleonasmw=| tou= i a)/deios, o( e)sterhme/nos tou= fobei=sqai: e)kta/sei tou= a ei)s h kai\ pleonasmw=| tou= t, meta\ th=s e)pi\ proqe/sews e)pith/deios.
Choeroboscus, Epimerismi on the Psalms (ed. Gaisford) 113.12-17, s.v. e)pith/deuma; this (Adler says) is the source of entries in Etymologicum Gudianum s.v. e)pithdh/s and Etymologicum Magnum 366.30-32.
The adjective e)pith/deios (Doric e)pita/deios) is related to the adverb e)pi/thdes (epsilon 2680). See also epsilon 2685, epsilon 2686, epsilon 2687, epsilon 2689.
[1] There are s-stem adjectives a)deh/s and a)deih/s, but not the nouns cited here; cf. alpha 451.
Keywords: definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; religion
Translated by: Catharine Roth on 15 December 2007@00:27:03.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (tweaked notes; more keywords; cosmetics) on 16 December 2007@05:19:59.
David Whitehead on 21 October 2012@07:17:23.
Catharine Roth (tweaks) on 26 November 2014@19:17:01.
Catharine Roth (tweaked betacode) on 4 November 2017@22:02:11.


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