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Headword: *foithta/s
Adler number: phi,806
Translated headword: pupils
Vetting Status: high
[Meaning] students, attenders.[1] Out of which also [sc. comes the verb] foita=n ['to visit/attend'].[2]
The [verb that means] to study [with someone].[3]
Greek Original:
*foithta/s: maqhta/s, paragenome/nous. e)c ou(= kai\ foita=n. to\ sxola/zein.
[1] = Synagoge phi161, Photius phi246 Theodoridis. The headword is accusative plural of this masculine noun, evidently quoted from somewhere. (Extant possibilities begin with two in Plato: Republic 563A, Laws 779D.) For similar glossings in other cases and numbers, cf. ps.-Herodian (Epimerismi 147.7), Pollux 4.44, Phrynichus 124.7, Moeris phi36, Hesychius phi722, Etymologicum Gudianum 556.3.
[2] cf. ps.-Herodian, Philhetairus 313. Usually the derivation is conceived of as going in the other direction, since the noun of the headword is a specific application of the more general sense found in the related verb; contrast the citations of ps.-Herodian and Et. Gud. in n. 1.
[3] This addition, lacking (Adler reports) in mss AF, is probably drawn from phi 803.
Keywords: daily life; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; philosophy
Translated by: William Hutton on 10 February 2014@12:58:07.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (expanded n.1; another keyword; tweaks and cosmetics; raised status) on 11 February 2014@05:20:01.


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