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  • make happy = ὀλβίζειν ⇢ Look up "make happy" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full text
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  • ἱεροῦν; see consecrate. prosper, promote: P. and V. σπεύδειν, ἐπισπεύδειν. make happy: V. ὀλβίζειν. favour: see favour. bless you: P. and V. εὖ σοι γένοιτο
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  • (v. infr.) :—make happy, E.Ph.1689, Hel.l.c.(lyr.); deem or pronounce happy, A.Ag.928, S.OT1529, etc. :—Pass., to be or be deemed happy, τίς δ' οἶκος
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  • ὀλβίζειν = (see also ὀλβίζω): consider happy, make happy, think happy ⇢ Look up "ὀλβίζειν" on Google | Wiktionary | LSJ full text search (Translation
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  • bĕātĭfĭco: āre, v. a. beatus-facio, I to make happy, to bless (post-class.), Aug. Trin. 14, 14; Vulg. Isa. 9, 16; id. Jacob. 5, 11. * Look up in: Google
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  • Afran. ap. Non. 109, 18), v. a. fortuna, II. A. 1., to make prosperous or fortunate, to make happy, to prosper, bless: prosperare, omnibus bonis augere,
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  • cf.: patrum decreta, Hor. C. S. 18: hanc tibi veniam prospero, i. e. make you happy with, etc., Plaut. Cas. 5, 4, 26: prosperata felicitas, desired happiness
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  • to benus, bonus, and, acc. to Fick, connected with δειδω, δεινός, I to make happy, to bless (as verb. finit. rare, and mostly poet. for fortuno, beatum
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  • τούς ἄρτους, τό ποτήριον, τήν θυσίαν, τόν ἄρτον, to cause to prosper, to make happy, to bestow blessings on, (cf. Winer's Grammar, 32): τινα, ἐν with the
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: A make people happy in their children, εἰς τέκνα Cat.Cod.Astr.7.217. * Abbreviations: ALL | General
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  • fēlīcĭto: āre felix, I to make very happy, Donat. Vit. Verg. 4. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology
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  • (causative) make well, literally (sound, beautiful) or figuratively (happy, successful, right): be accepted, amend, use aright, benefit, be (make) better,
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  • α, ον, as Pi.O.13.4, E.Alc.452 (lyr.), Or.1338 : (ὄλβος) : I of persons, happy, blessed, esp. with reference to worldly goods, οἶκον . . ἔναιον ὄλβιος ἀφνειόν
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  • render or make of a certain kind, τὴν πόλιν ἀπ. εὐδαίμονα to make the state quite happy, Plat.; and Mid., ἄμεμπτον φίλον ἀποτελέσασθαι to make him without
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  • gruding, Il. III. to do quickly, make haste, Ar.; then, like φθάνω, ἄνυε πράττων make haste about it, Ar.; ἄνυσον ὑποδησάμενος make haste and get your shoes on
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  • voice or passively, be) in a good frame of mind, i.e. rejoice: fare, make glad, be (make) merry, rejoice. passive, present ἐυφραίνομαι; imperfect εὐφραινόμην
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  • Prop. 2, 20, 63 (3, 23, 5): ego me in pedes (conicio), take to my heels, make off, Ter. Eun. 5, 2, 5.— Esp.: ad pedes alicui or alicujus, accidere, procidere
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  • bright, fortunate, happy, λευκὸν ἦμαρ νυκτὸς ἐκ μελαγχίμου A.Pers.301, cf. Ag.668; a joyful day or holiday, Call.Aet.1.1.2; λ. ἡμέρα a happy day, S.Fr.6, cf
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  • A.Eu.708, S. Ph.820; rise up, ὀρθωθεὶς εὐνῆθεν A.R.2.197. 2 in direction, make straight, τὰ διεστραμμένα τῶν ξύλων Arist.EN1109b7, cf. X.Mem.3.10.15; ὀρθώσατ'
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  • vivere, or bene beateque vivere ( = καλῶς κἀγαθῶς), to lead a moral and happy life: qui virtutem habeat, eum nullius rei ad bene vivendum indigere, Cic
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