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ἄνανδρ-ος, ον, (ἀνήρ):

I. = ἄνευ ἀνδρός, husbandless, of virgins and widows, A.Supp.287, Pers.289 (lyr.), S.OT1506, etc., and in Prose, as Hp.Mul.1.4, Pl.Lg.930c.

2. = ἄνευ ἀνδρῶν, without men, χρήματα ἄνανδρα A.Pers.166; πόλις S.OC939; ἄνανδρον τάξιν ἠρήμου (a prolepsis, = ὥστε εἶναι ἄνανδρον) A.Pers.298.

II. wanting in manhood, cowardly, Hdt.4.142, Pl.Grg.522e, al.; τὸ ἄ., = ἀνανδρία, Th.3.82.

2. of things, unworthy of a man, δίαιτα Pl.Phdr.239d.

3. Adv. -δρως, opp. ἀνδρικῶς, Antipho 2.1.8, Pl.Tht.177b.