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Headword: *diayala/ttesqai
Adler number: delta,845
Translated headword: to set apart
Vetting Status: high
[Meaning] to separate in a search.[1]
For what [is] apsalakton [is] untouched.[2]
So Crates [sc. uses the word].[3]
Greek Original:
*diayala/ttesqai: to\ diaste/llesqai ei)s e)/reunan. to\ ga\r a)ya/lakton, a)/qikton. ou(/tws *kra/ths.
The headword, a present middle infinitive, is attested only in Byzantine lexicography. This whole entry appears in Photius, Lexicon delta505, except that the Suda's 'Crates' is Cratinus.
[1] As in Hesychius, Lexicon delta1472.
[2] For this etymological gloss cf. Photius, Lexicon delta505 and (in the Suda) alpha 4723, explaining the adjective a)ya/laktos. See also Hesychius psi47, where we have: kai\ a)ya/laktos o( a)/yaustos, “and a)ya/laktos [means] untouched”.
[3] Crates fr. 46 Kock; Cratinus fr. 439 K.-A.
Keywords: comedy; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology
Translated by: Stefano Sanfilippo on 1 May 2005@03:41:19.
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David Whitehead (tweaked translation and notes; added a keyword) on 1 May 2005@05:32:28.
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