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βαρβᾰρ-ικός, ή, όν, barbaric, non-Greek, χείρ Simon.136; ψυκτήρ OGI214.47 (Didyma, Seleucus I); τὸ β., = οἱ βάρβαροι, Th.1.6, 7.29; τὰ β. ἔθνη Arist.Pol.1257a25, etc.; νόμιμα β. leges barbarorum, name of a treatise by Arist.; νόμοι λίαν ἁπλοῖ καὶ β. Pol.1268b40; esp. of the Persians, X.An.1.5.6; ἐς τὸ β. in barbaric fashion, Luc.D Mort. 27.3; β. ἐπιδρομή inroad of barbarians, P Masp.321.5 (vi A. D.); ἐς τὸ βαρβαρικώτερον more in the Persian fashion, Arr.An.4.8.2: Sup. -ώτατος Sch.Th.7.29. Adv., ἐβόα καὶ -κῶς καὶ Ἑλληνικῶς, i. e. both in Persian and Greek, X.An.1.8.1, cf. Phld.Lib.p.13 O.; κεκλημένον β. in the language of the country, Arist.Mir.846a32; in foreign fashion, App. Hisp.72.

II. barbarous, violent, πένθη Plu.2.114e. Adv. -κῶς barbarously, ὠμῶς καὶ β. Id.Dio 35: Comp.-ώτερον Id.Alex.2.