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In the sense of "against" which survives only in dialectal English (compare Wright, Dialect Dict., I, 470, for examples) is the [[King James Version]] rendering of the dative emauto of 1Co 4:4 (the American Standard [[Revised Version]] renders this "against"). In classical Greek the same idiom sunoida with dative = "be conscious" or "be cognizant of" a thing.