Here is the verb: δίδωμι.
Here is part of what L&S say about it:
5. Prose phrases, δ. ὅρκον, opp. λαμβάνειν, tender an oath, “δοκεῖ κἂν ὀμόσαι εἴ τις αὐτῷ ὅρκον διδοίη” Is.9.24, cf. D.39.3, Arist. Rh.1377a8; δ. ψῆφον, γνώμην, put a proposal to the vote, propose a resolution, D.21.87, 24.13: δ. χάριν, = χαρίζεσθαι, S.Aj.1354, Cratin. 317; ὀργῇ χάριν δούς having indulged . . , S.OC855; λόγον τινὶ δ. give one leave to speak, X.HG5.2.20; “δ. λόγον σφίσι” deliberate, Hdt. 1.97; “οὐκ, εἰ διδοίης . . σαυτῷ λόγον” S.OT583; δοῦναι, λαβεῖν λόγον, Arist.SE165a27 (but δ. λόγον, εὐθύνας, render accounts, IG12.91, al.): δ. δίκην or δίκας, v. δίκη: ἀκοὴν δ. λόγοις lend an ear to . . , S. El.30, etc.; δ. ἐργασίαν give diligence, = Lat. dare operam, OGI441.109 (Lagina, i B. C.), POxy.742.11: c. inf., Ev.Luc.12.58: abs., sc. “πληγήν, λίθῳ δ. τινί” PLips.13 iii 3; ἐμβολὰς διδόναι, ram, of ships, D.S.13.10.
Here are my questions:
1) What does δίδωμι δίκην mean? They discuss it two thirds of the way down.
2) How do you get that from this entry? I don't follow the logic of there punctuation and presentation.
Thanks in advance.