We are told by the scholiast, that by βιοταν is to be understood φυσιν.
This is the remark of the scholiast on Aristotle: and I think it just.
Upon this the scholiast observes, Φοινικες το χρωμα, ητοι πυῤῥος.
Otherwise read , and, according to the scholiast, the same with .
The scholiast gives two explanations, of which the best is .
And so too does the notice of the scholiast (after Apollodorus) on Sophocles, Oed.
This, a Greek scholiast comments, is the greatest lie of all!
This is the view of the scholiast on Apollonius Rhodius (i. 554).
This is the interpretation of one scholiast; another explains it οικειαις χερσιν εργαζομενος.
And the scholiast adds that they should not be translated into Greek.
"one who writes explanatory notes upon a classical writer," 1580s, from Late Latin scholiasta, from Late Greek skholiastes, from skholiazein, from skholion "explanatory note or comment," from skhole (see school (n.1)). Related: Scholiastic.