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πάτριος, α, ον, Lyr. and Trag.; also ος, ον E.Hel.222, and Att. Com., Prose (exc. And.3.27), and Inscrr. (so elsewh., SIG539A 14 (Delph., iii B.C.), 558.21 (Ithaca, iii B.C.), etc.): (πατήρ):—
of or belonging to one's father, ἄρουρα Pi.O.2.14; ὄσσα ib.6.62; γῆ S.Ant. 806 (lyr.), E.Med. 651 (lyr.); χθών Id.Hel.222; τεύχεα, δώματα, S.Ph. 398 (lyr.), OT1394.

II. = πατρικός, derived from one's fathers, hereditary, οἱ π. θεοί Hdt.1.172, Sammelb.6664.5 (Egypt, ii B.C.), IG7.2713.51 (i A.D.); πάτριος θεά Milet. 7.64 (ii/iii A.D.); αἱ π. τελεταί Ar.Ra.368; ἱερά Th. 2.16; νόμοι Id.4.118, Decr. ap. Arist.Ath. 29.3, X.HG2.3.2; θυσίαι Isoc.10.63, IG22.780, etc.; π. πολιτεία Thrasym. 1,Arist.Ath. 34.3, D.S.14.3, etc.; π. ἀρχαί X.Cyr. 1.1.4, cf. Arist.Pol. 1285a24,33; αἱ τιμαὶ αἱ π. Isoc.9.32; π. καὶ ἀρχαῖα νόμιμα Pl.Lg. 793b; τὸν π. ὅρκον PPetr. 3p.163 (iii B.C.); -ωτέρα ἡγεμονία more ancient, Isoc.4.37; πάτριόν ἐστιν (sc.αὐτοῖς) it is an hereditary custom [among them], Ar.Ec.778, cf. Th. 1.123, X.HG7.1.3, SIG695.16 (Magn. Mae., ii B.C.), etc.; οὐ γὰρ π. τᾷ Σπάρτᾳ Tyrt. 15.6; οὐκ ἦν ταῦτα τοῖς τότε Ἀθηναίοις πάτρια D.18.203, cf. Pl.Hp.Ma. 284b; τάδε π. Ὀλβιοπολίταις καὶ Μιλησίοις, in a treaty, SIG286.1 (iv B.C.); τὰ πάτρια ancestral customs, κατὰ τὰ π. IG12.76.4, Ar.Ach. 1000, Th.2.2, etc.; παρὰ τὰ π. Pl.Plt. 296c; ποιεῖν πρὸς τὴν πόλιν τὰ π. to serve the state as our fathers before us, Isoc.4.31: less freq. in sg., τὸ π. παρείς neglecting the inherited constitution, Th.4.86. Adv., πατρίως Ἰουδαίοις according to the custom of their fathers, J.BJ 1.24.2; π. καλούμενον in their native language, ib.5.2.1, cf. Lyd.Mens. 4.64; v. πατρῷος sub fin.

III. Subst. πάτριος, ὁ, uncle, BSA 17.240 (Pamphyl.).