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  • πλημμέλεια, ἡ. Bodily defect: P. πονηρία, ἡ (Plat.), αἶσχος, τό (Plat.); see blemish. Defects, shortcomings: P. ἐλλείμματα, τά. Look up defect on Perseus Dictionaries
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  • energy: P. μαλακία, ἡ. Worthlessness: P. and V. φαυλότης, ἡ. Defect: P. and V. ἁμαρτία, ἡ; see defect. This is a source of weakness to most states: V. ἐν τῷδε
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  • ἁμάρτημα, τό, πλημμέλεια, ἡ, πλημμέλημα, τό, V. ἐξαμαρτία, ἡ, ἀμπλάκημα, τό. Defect, blemish: P. and V. ἁμαρτία, ἡ, P. ἁμάρτημα, τό, πλημμέλεια, ἡ. Short-comings:
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  • from the same root with vieo, vitis, vitta; prop. a twist; hence, a fault, defect, blemish, imperfection, vice (syn. menda). I Lit.: quomodo autem in corpore
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  • mendum: i, n. Sanscr. manāk, a little; mindā, a defect; cf.: mancus, mendicus, I a fault, error, blunder in writing (class.). I Lit.: quod mendum ista
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  • Id.7.82; Χρημάτων X.Ath.1.5, Pl.Hp.Ma.283d, etc.    II abs., deficiency, defect, opp. ὑπερβολή, Id.Prt.357b, Arist.EN1109a4: pl., opp. ὑπερβολαί, Isoc.2
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  • with scelus; cf. Sanscr. skhal-, errare, I crime, fault, blame, failure, defect (as a state worthy of punishment; on the contr. delictum, peccatum, etc
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  • Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full text search for: fātus, 1, I v. defect. (the forms in use are fatur, fantur, fabor, fabitur; part. perf. fatus;
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  • 8, 12; 12, 8; Tert. Jejun. 2, v. Neue, Formenl. 2, p. 612 sqq.), 3, v. defect. kindred to Sanscr. khyā, dicere, praedicare, celebrare, appellare; cf.
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  •    4    A pencil or ruler: membrana plumbo directa, Cat. 22, 7.— II Transf., a defect in the eye (post-Aug.): plumbum (quod est genus vitii) ex oculo tollitur
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  • or war, Antipho Soph.Oxy.1364.164, Plb.2.36.6, Onos.36.3.    III fault, defect, Phld.Lib.p.20 O. (pl.); τῆς φύσεως Plu.2.2c.    2 loss of health or property
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  • ἡ,    A difficulty, Sor.2.53, Orib.45.18.14; functional defect, Paul.Aeg.6.42, al. -ας, ἡ • Alolema(s): -ία Ph.Bel.56.42, Phld.Po.1.182.15, Plu.Aem
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  • εως, ἡ,    A falling short, defect, opp. ὑπερβολή, Democr. 102, Pl.Prt.356a; opp. ὑπεροχή, Arist.Ph.187a17, Metaph.1042b25; ὑπερβολὴ καὶ ἔ. καὶ τὸ μέσον
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  • 12.32B15 (pl., Olbia, iii B.C.), Plb.1.32.2, Onos.32.8 (pl.), etc.    3 defect, κατὰ τὴν ὄψιν D.H.5.23; περὶ τὴν λέξιν Id.Th.35; τὰ τῶν παιδικῶν ἐ. Chor
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  • deity i. e. the state of being God, Godhead: Lucian, Icar. 9; Plutarch, de defect. orac. 10, p. 415c.) [ SYNONYMS: θεότης, θειότης: θεότης deity differs from
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  • class.), without. I Ante-class.    A Denoting defect in conception, while the class. sine indicates defect in reality. In Plaut. and Ter. only in conditional
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  • dēfector: ōris, m. deficio, no. I., I one who revolts from another; a revolter, rebel (post-Aug.): parata in defectores ultione, Tac. A. 1, 48; 12, 50
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  • ὁ, lambdacism, lallation (λάμβδα, λάβδα) a defect in pronunciation, Quint.Inst.1.5.32 (pl.), Diom.453 K. [Seite 1] ὁ, Lambdazismus, λαμβδακισμός (err
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  • λωβεύω; cf. Curt. Griech. Etym. p. 372. I a spot, blot, stain, blemish, defect. I Lit. (poet. and in post-Aug. prose): tractata notam labemque remittunt
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  • menda: ae, f. v. mendum, I a fault, defect, blemish of the body (poet. and postAug.). I Lit.: in toto nusquam corpore menda fuit, Ov. Am. 1, 5, 18: nocte
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