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πάνῠ [ᾰ], Adv., (πᾶς) altogether, first in Xenoph.1.18, then in Trag. and Att., mostly in Prose:

1. with Verbs, A.Ch.861 (anap.), Pl. Cra.386c, Euthd.272d, etc.; π. μανθάνω perfectly, Ar.Ra.65,195; ὡς π. εἰδῆτε X.An.6.1.31: with Adjs., very, exceedingly, π. πολλοί, ὀλίγοι, μικρός, etc., very many or few, very small, A.Ag.1456 (anap.), Pl. Ap.25b, Arist.HA542a5; π. ταρφύς A.Pers.926 (anap.); π. πλούσιοι Lys.19.15. etc.: freq. in opposed clauses, οὐ πονηρός, ἀλλὰ καὶ π. χρηστός D.21.83; οὐκ ὀρθῶς, οὐδὲ δικαίως, ἀλλὰ καὶ π. αἰσχρῶς ibid.: after the Adj., ὀλίγοι π., σπάνιος π., X.An.4.7.14 (v.l.), 1.9.27, cf. Pl.Cra.402a; separated from it, ἐκτὸς π. τινῶν ὀλίγων Id.R.605c, cf. Euthd.287b: with Nouns in adj. sense, π. εἶναι ὑβριστής Id.Ap. 26e: in late writers with Sup., π. φαυλότατος Sch.Ar.Ra.1363, cf. Ath.1.22d (π. γάρ ἐστιν ὡρικωτάτη is dub. in Crates Com.40): with Advbs., π. ταχύ Eup.311; ταχὺ π. Ar.Pl.57; π. σφόδρα ib.25,745, Pl.Ap.25a; σφόδρα π. Aeschin.2.36; π. πολύ very much, Pl.Chrm. 157d, X.Cyr.6.1.41, etc.; μόγις π. Pl.Ap.21b; π. μόλις or μόλις π., Philem.88, Eub.30; εὖ π. Theopomp. Com.14, etc.: with adverbial phrases, π. σπουδῇ in very great haste, D.20.105; σπουδῇ π. Th.8.89; π. ἐν τῷ μεγίστῳ κινδύνῳ ib.50; π. ἐξ εἰκότος λόγου Pl.Euthd. 305e; ἐν ὀλίγῳ χρόνῳ π. Id.Hp.Ma.282e; π. παρὰ πολλοῖς Id.Euthd. 305c; π. ἐπὶ σμικροῖς Id.Ap.40a; ἀπὸ σμικροῦ π. Ar.Pl.377: with part., π. ἀδικῶν if ever so criminal, Th.3.44.

2. strengthd., καὶ πάνυ Id.2.11, X.Mem.1.3.13, Pl.Ap.17c, Euthd.276d, Cra.400c; δοκεῖ μοι ..καὶ π. οὐδὲ εἶναι ἡ ἐπίκλησις αὕτη I believe this name actually did not exist, Th.1.3.

3. οὐ πάνυ not quite, οὐ π. τι μανθάνω Pl.Euthd. 286e, cf. Phd.63a, Prt.331e, X.An.6.1.26, etc.; ἡ οὐσία οὐδὲ τριῶν ταλάντων π. τι ἦν not quite so much .., D.59.7; οὐ π. εὐδαιμονικὸς .., ἔτι δ' ἴσως ἧττον Arist.EN1099b3: sts. with litotes, not quite, implying 'not at all', ταῦτα νεκρῷ μὲν οἷόν τε ποιεῖν, ζῶντι δὲ οὐ π. Hp.Art. 46; εὐφόρως δὲ οὐ π. ἔχει it is not very (or not at all) easy, ib.77; οὐ π. μοίρας εὐδαιμονίσαι πρώτης hardly to be congratulated .., S.OC144 (anap.); οὐ π. προσίεμαι X.Mem.2.8.5.

4. in affirmative answers, by all means, no doubt, Ar.Pl.393: mostly with a Particle added, πάνυ γε Pl.Alc.1.107e, etc.; καὶ πάνυ γε Id.Chrm.154e; π. γε, a)lla/ ..very well, but .., D.21.89; πάνυ μὲν οὖν Ar.Pl.97, Pl.Euthphr. 13d, al.; πάνυ καλῶς no I thank you, Ar.Ra.512.

II. ὁ πάνυ the real, the very (τοῦ π. Διός Luc.Icar.2): hence, the excellent, the famous, οἱ π. τῶν στρατιωτῶν Th.8.1, D.C.Fr.70.6; ὁ π. Περικλῆς X. Mem.3.5.1; οἱ π. ἐπ' ἀξιώματος IG12(7).407.14 (Amorgos); οἱ π. alone, prob. in Th.8.89 (omitting στρατηγῶν); ἡ π. Luc.Vit.Auct. 22.