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- noun A standard
referenceletter (either a, b, c, d, or e) for a one- fifth–equal-part subdivisionof a given section(denoted by the preceding Stephanus number) of a given Platonic dialogue.
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Stephanus (the surname of the writer of a famous early translation (in 1578) of the dialogues of the Ancient Greek philosopher Plato) + letter
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