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diaÛresiw 




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diaÛr-esiw ,
evw
,
2
,
divisibility,Aristot.
Met. 1016b4
, al.nbspz-vn Gal.4.664.

II. dividing, distribution, of money, Hdt.
7.144
; of spoil, €n
diair¡sei [c®fvn
] in the reckoning of the votes on
either side,
Aesch.
Eum. 749
; *ntÛgrafon
diair¡sevw 
BGU1013.1 (i
A.D.). 

III. distinction, *gnvsÛaw
te kaÜ gnÅsevw
Plat.
Soph. 267b
; [t°w dhmokratÛaw
kaÜ t°w ôligarxÛaw
] Aristot.
Pol. 1294a34
.nbsp

IV. in Logic, division of genus into species, tÇn
genÇn kat‘ eàdh d.
Plat.
Soph. 267d
; 2 diå tÇn
genÇn d. 
Arist.APr.46a31;
opp. sunagvgaÛ, Plat.
Phaedrus 266b
.

V. Rhet., division or distribution into heads, Hermog.Prog.7,
ti=Hermog.Stat.1, Onos.2
tit., etc. 

VI. Gramm., resolution of a diphthong into two syllables, A.D.Pron.87.2,
al.; of one word into two, katå
diaÛresin *nagnvst¡on 
Ath.11.492a,
cf. TryphoTrop.1.8. 

VII. in Metric, division of a line at the close of a foot,
diaeresis,
Aristid.Quint.1.24

VIII. Math., d. lñgou
transformation
of a ratio dividendo,Euc.5ti=Euc.Def.15;
katå
diaÛresin 
Archim.Sph.Cyl.2.6. 

IX. division of troops, of the Roman cohors,J.AJ7.14.9.


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