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  • Yes, Hermogenes, and the legislator called him Hades, not from the unseen (aeides) - far otherwise, but from his knowledge (eidenai) of all noble things.

    The CRATYLUS

  • Concerning these things so revealed in the word, the apostle prays for these Ephesians that they might know them; as also, he expresseth the way whereby alone they might be enabled so to do: Eis to eidenai humas, -- "That ye might have a sight, perception, or understanding of them."

    Pneumatologia

  • ([Greek: adunaton Kunikô, adiaphoron to telos prothemenô, to agathon eidenai plên adikphorias]) the Cynics also seem to be outside the circle of real philosophers.

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • : [Greek: Edidaxen hêmas ho kurios, hoti Theon eidenai oudeis dunatai, mê ouchi Theou didaxantos, toutestin, aneu Theou mê ginôskesthai ton Theon; auto de to ginôskesthai ton Theon thelêma einai tou patros, Gnôsontai gar auton hois an apokalupsê ho huios].] [Footnote 523: Iren.

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • [Greek: skaioisi kaina prospheron sopha doxeis achreios k oy sophos pephykenai ton d ay dokounton eidenai ti poikilon kreisson nomistheis en polei lupros phanæ.] _Euripid.

    The Life of John Milton Volume 3 1643-1649

  • SOCRATES: Yes, Hermogenes, and the legislator called him Hades, not from the unseen (aeides) -- far otherwise, but from his knowledge (eidenai) of all noble things.

    Cratylus

  • But the name Hades was really given him from his knowing (eidenai) all good things.

    Cratylus

  • (thelôn de toutôn peri saphes ti eidenai) from a point where this was possible, I took ship to Tyre in Phoenicia, where I heard there was a very holy temple of Heracles.

    Xenophanes

  • (eidenai, acknowledge), to love and to have peace with those who labour among them (kopiontas en hymin), who are over them in the Lord

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

  • * chre gar eidenai hoti to ageneton, dia tou henos n graphomenon, to aktiston e to me genomenon semainei, to de agenneton, dia ton duo nn graphomenon, deloi to me gennethen: [2639] 1

    NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works

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