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katholou, Adv. on the whole, in general, = kath' holou (as it shd. perh. be written), Epist.Philipp. ap. D.18.77; k. graphein, opp. kata meros, Plb.3.32.8; k. eipein Arist.Top.156a13, Plu.2.397c, etc.; hoi k. logoi general statements, opp. hoi epi merous, Arist.EN1107a30 (but in Roman times, accounts kept by the central government, = Lat. summae rationes, OGI715.3 (Alexandria), D.C.79.21, etc.); touto gar esti k. mallon too general, Arist.Pol.1265a31, cf. GA748a8; hê tôn k. pragmatôn suntaxis general history, Plb.1.4.2; to k. D.S.1.77, Plu. 2.569f; to k. tês mochthêrias, opp. to pros hêmas, ib.468e; oud' houtos apophainei k. to kataleiphthen the whole amount left, D.27.43; en tôi k. in general, speaking generally, Ath.1.30e, Arr.Epict.1.8.8, al.

2. in the Logic of Arist., of terms, to k. general, opp. to kath' hekaston (singular), legô de k. men ho epi pleionôn pephuke katêgoreisthai, kath' hekaston de ho mê Int.17a39, cf. Metaph.1023b29; opp. to kata meros, Rh.1357b1, al.; hence, ta k. universal truths, hê poiêsis mallon ta k., hê d' historia ta kath' he. legei Po.1451b7; = gnômai, ib.1450b12; esp. commensurate predicate, ho an kata pantos te huparchêi kai kath' hauto kai hêi auto APo.73b26; as Adj., of propositions, logos k. a universal statement, opp. en merei, kata meros (particular), adioristos (infinite), APr.24a17 sq.; of inference, hê k. apodeixis universal proof, opp. kata meros, APo.85a13; hence, as predicate, k. eisin [hai archai] Metaph.1003a7; as Adv., k. apophainesthai epi tou k. Int.17b5, al.

3. completely, entirely, Plb.1.20.2; oude k. makron ploion no warships at all, ib.13, cf. LXXDa.3.50, al.; mêde technên einai to k. tou peithein Phld.Rh.1.327S. (Written kata holou Pl.Men.77a.)