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Ὁ δ' ἀνεξέταστος βίος οὐ βιωτὸς ἀνθρώπῳ -> The unexamined life is not worth living
Plato, Apology of Socrates 38a
D.
Demosthenes
D.C.
Dio Cassius
D.Chr.
Dio Chrysostomus
D.H.
Dionysius Halicarnassensis
D.L.
Diogenes Laertius
D.P.
Dionysius Periegeta
D.S.
Diodorus Siculus
D.T.
Dionysius Thrax
Dam.
Damascius
dat.
dative
Decr.
Decretum
def.
definition.
defect.
defective
Delph.3(1), (2),
v. II
Dem.Bith.
Demosthenes Bithynus
Dem.Ophth.
Demosthenes, Ophthalmicorum Scriptor
Dem.Phal.
Demetrius Phalereus, Historicus
Demioprata
v. index I.
demonstr.
demonstrative
Dep.
Deponent Verb
deriv.
derived, derivation, derivative
Desiderat.
Desiderative
dial.
dialectal, in dialects.
Dieg.,
v. Callimachus in index I.
difft.
different
Dig.
Digesta, v. I
Diller Trad.min.Gr.geogr.
A. Diller, The Tradition of the Minor Greek Geographers, American Philological Association 1952.
Dim.
Diminutive
Din.
Dinarchus
Dind.
Dindorf (W. or L.)
Diog.
Diogenes
Dion.Byz.
Dionysius Byzantius
Dioph.
Diophantus
dissim.
dissimilated
dist., distd., distn.
distinct, distinguished, distinction
disyll.
disyllable
Docum.
Documentum
Dor.
Doric
downwds.
downwards
Dsc.
Dioscorides Medicus
dub., dub. l., dub. sens.
dubious, dubia lectio, dubio sensu