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  • νεόκοτος, Ar. and V. νεοχμός. especial: P. διάφορος, V. ἔξοχος. ⇢ Look up "uncommon" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary
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  • novelty: P. καινότης, ἡ. ⇢ Look up "uncommonness" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full
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  • Atticus, Quint. 12, 10, 75; cf. id. 6, 4, 107: sermo non publici saporis, of uncommon elegance, Petr. 3, 1.—    2    Of conduct: homo sine sapore, without refinement
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  • II Trop., of nature, character, or quality, alone of its kind, singular, uncommon, unparalleled, unique (cf.: egregius, eminens): homo unica est natura ac
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  • and δόξα opinion; hence, equivalent to ὁ παρά τήν δόξαν ὤν), unexpected, uncommon, incredible, wonderful: neuter plural A. V. strange things, cf. Trench
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  • θρησκεύειν in the most singular way, D.C.37.17; ἡδέως καὶ περισσῶς = in an uncommon manner, D.H.Comp.3; εἰπεῖν στρογγύλως καὶ περισσῶς Id.Is.20; ἰδίως καὶ
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  • Lael. 17, 61: non mediocrem sibi diligentiam adhibendam intellegebat, uncommon, extraordinary, Caes. B. G. 3, 20: praemium non mediocre, Suet. Vesp. 18:
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  • Eu.141; ἀποσείσασθαι Luc. Tim.6. 3 with Preps., when the pl. also is not uncommon, ἐν ὕπνῳ in sleep, in a dream, E.IT44, Pl.R.476c; ἐν τοῖς ὕ. ib.572b, Sph
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ή, όν,= σπάνιος, rare, uncommon, Hsch.; lacking, mostly in compds.; esp.,= σπανοπώγων, Ptol.Tetr.144, Polem
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  • more freq. and class., II Select, choice, distinguished, extraordinary, uncommon, excellent (syn.: egregius, praeclarus, divinus, lautus, magnificus): ea
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  • ĭn-ūsĭtātus: a, um, adj., I unusual, uncommon, extraordinary, very rare (class.): pro di immortales! speciem humanam inusitatam, Att. ap. Non. 226, 2:
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  • implication) self-confidence: boasting, pride. and ἀλαζονία (which spelling, not uncommon in later Greek, T WH adopt (see Iota)), ἀλαζονείας, ἡ (from ἀλαζονεύομαι
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  • —Prov.: ut vel lactis gallinacei sperare possis haustum, i. e. something uncommon, Plin. H. N. praef. § 23. — II Transf., of plants.    (a)    Cunila gallinacea
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  • Compounds: As 2. member a.o. in ἐξ-όμιλος standing out of the crowd, strange, uncommon (S. in lyr.). Derivatives: Usu. denomin. ὁμιλέω (Aeol. pres. ὀμίλλει Alc
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  • early writers τοίνυν is never the first word in a sentence, but this is not uncommon in later authors, as LXX Is.3.10, Mim. Oxy.413.225, Ev.Luc. l.c., Ep.Hebr
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  • (also in Pl., Lg.778d, al.), or εἵνεκεν (both forms in Hdt. and Hp. and not uncommon in codd. of later writers; A εἵνεκεν B.12.136, Pi.I.8(7).35 codd.; εἵνεκε
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  • 1: genus serviti insolitum, id. H. 2, 81 Dietsch. — II Pass., unusual, uncommon: insolita mihi loquacitas, Cic. de Or. 2, 88, 361: adulescentibus gloria
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  • Suet. Calig. 49.—    3    Pregn., separate from what is common, i. e. uncommon, rare, recondite (perh. only in the two foll. passages of Quint.): (figurae)
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  • better condition, γέννημα τῆς ἀμπέλου, of a new kind; unprecedented, novel, uncommon, unheard of (ἑτέρα καί καινά δαιμόνια, Xenophon, mem. 1,1, 1): διδαχή,
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  • per-rārus: a, um, adj., I very uncommon, very rare (as an adj. not in Cic.), Liv. 29, 38, 7: perrarum est, ut, etc., Plin. 31, 3, 23, § 38.—Adv.: perrārō
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