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  • father by birth = γόνῳ πατήρ ⇢ Look up "father by birth" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google |
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  • ἡ; see descent. by birth: P. and V. γένει, V. γένεσιν (acc. of γένεσις), γονῇ. younger by birth: V. φύσει νεώτερος. father by birth (as opposed to adoption):
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  • γόνῳ πατήρ = father by birth ⇢ Look up "γόνῳ πατήρ" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's English to Ancient
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  • husband of Clytœmnestra, father of Orestes, Iphigenia, and Electra, commander-in-chief of the Grecian forces before Troy, and murdered by his wife, with the
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  • which belongs together by birth or descent, I a race or clan, embracing several families united together by a common name and by certain religious rites;
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  • was born in Hyperborea and not in Kos. In the Olympian scheme, Zeus is the father of her twins, Apollo and Artemis, which Leto conceived after her hidden
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  • violated her, was blinded by her father, Oenopion, the recovery of his sight at Lemnos, his hunting with Artemis on Crete, his death by the bow of Artemis or
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  • nātūrālis: e, adj. natura, I natural, i. e., I By birth, one's own: naturalis pater, opp. to adoptive father, Cic. Phil. 3, 6, 15: in adoptionem dato redire
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  • child, to be brought forth, born, Soph.; Προμᾱθεῖ λοχευθεῖσα brought to birth by Prometheus, Eur.: —metaph., generally, to lie embedded, ἐν τεύτλοισι Ar
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  • princess, Deidamea, who then gave birth to Neoptolemos. Neoptolemos was originally called Pyrrhos, because his father had taken Pyrrha, the female version
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  • Πλάτωνος διάλογος Anth.). Grammatical information: m. Meaning: by a known father outside wedlock procreated, illegitimate, bastard (Il.); opposite γνήσιος
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  • man descended from him would be born (brought into the light by Eileithyia, goddess of "birth-pangs"), who would become lord of all men who dwell about him
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  • violated her, was blinded by her father, Oenopion, the recovery of his sight at Lemnos, his hunting with Artemis on Crete, his death by the bow of Artemis or
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  • ingenuus homo meant formerly one born of a certain or known father, who can cite his father: en unquam fando audistis patricios primo esse factos, non de
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  • grandson, v. adoptio), an adoptive father, Dig. 45, 1, 107: frater, soror, etc., a brother, sister, etc., by adoption, not by birth, ib. 23, 2, 12, and 38, 8,
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  • Alcibiades is generally thought to be his father (Plutarch tells that Agis was away for 10 months before his birth). Ο Λεωτυχίδας ή Λεωτυχίδης ήταν βασιλιάς
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  • was born in Hyperborea and not in Kos. In the Olympian scheme, Zeus is the father of her twins, Apollo and Artemis, which Leto conceived after her hidden
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  • children, ἰὼ Ζεῦ… παιδογόνε πόριος Ἰνάχου father of a child by the daughter of Inachus, E. Supp.629 (lyr.); giving birth to children, Κύπρις AP5.53 (Diosc.);
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  • was debated by the Greeks, for if he were allowed to live, it was feared he would avenge his father and rebuild Troy. In the version given by the Little
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  • Alcibiades is generally thought to be his father (Plutarch tells that Agis was away for 10 months before his birth). Ο Λεωτυχίδας ή Λεωτυχίδης ήταν βασιλιάς
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