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  • what is to become of me (category English to Ancient Greek Dictionary)
    what is to become of me = τί γένωμαι, τί πάθω ⇢ Look up "what is to become of me" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary
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  • become (category English to Ancient Greek Dictionary)
    V. καθίστασθαι. what is to become of me: P. and V. τί γένωμαι, τί πάθω (Euripides, Phœn. 895, also Ar., Av. 1432). it becomes you (to): P. and V. πρὸς
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  • πάσχω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    aught were to happen to me, i. e. if I were to die, Hdt., attic 4. τί πάθω; to express the extreme of perplexity, what is to become of me? what can I do
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  • τί πάθω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    πάθω = what is to become of me ⇢ Look up "τί πάθω" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's English to Ancient
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  • τί γένωμαι (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    γένωμαι = what is to become of me ⇢ Look up "τί γένωμαι" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's English to Ancient
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  • μήκιστος (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    ὅτι δύνᾳ μάκιστον… ἐξιδοῦ see to it as far as possible, S.Ph.851 (lyr.); τί νύ μοι μήκιστα γένηται; what is to become of me at last? Od.5.299,465; τὸ μήκιστον
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  • γίγνομαι (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    ἐγένοντο Th. 3.68, etc.: with Pron., τί γένωμαι ; what am I to become, i.e. what is to become of me? A.Th.297, cf. Theoc.15.51; οὐκ ἔχοντες ὅτι γένωνται
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  • φαίνω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    2 πέφηνα is intr., Hdt., Soph., Dem. B. Pass. to come to light, be seen, appear, Hom.; of fire, to shine brightly, Hom.:—often of the rising of heavenly
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  • μέτρον (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    figuratively equivalent to most abundant requital, ibid.; πληροῦν τό μέτρον τῶν πατέρων, to add what is lacking in order to fill up their ancestors' prescribed
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  • παρά (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    alongside of, beside, of rest, παράκειμαι, παράλληλοι, παρέζομαι, πάρειμι (εἰμί), παρίστημι; of motion, παραπλέω, πάρειμι (εἶμι). II to the side of, to, παραδίδωμι
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  • ὕδωρ (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    Hebrew מַיִם, water: of the water in rivers, R L), 7; of the water of the deluge, Winer's Grammar, 604f, (562)); of water in any of earth's repositories
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  • λέγω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    8. of orators, to speak (emphatically), λέγειν δεινός Soph.; λ. τε καὶ πράσσειν δυνατώτατος Thuc. 9. to boast of, tell of, Xen.: to recite what is written
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  • μετά (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    the genitive of mental feelings desires and emotions, of bodily movements, and of other acts which are so to speak the attendants of what is done or occurs;
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  • forum (category Latin to English Dictionary)
    foro, is pending in my own court, affects me nearly, Plaut. Most. 5, 1, 10: in alieno foro litigare, i. e. not to know what to do, which way to turn, Mart
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  • auctor (category Latin to English Dictionary)
    refer more to the lit. signif. of the verb, augeo, while auctor fem. has more direct relation to the prevailing signif. of its noun, auctoritas, is unfounded
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  • facio (category Latin to English Dictionary)
    rebus suis, Nep. Them. 2: quid fecisti scipione? what have you done with the stick? or, what has become of it? Plaut. Cas. 5, 4, 6; cf. id. ib. 5, 4, 9.—In
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  • dico (category Latin to English Dictionary)
    t. t., to dedicate, consecrate, devote any thing to a deity or to a deified person (for syn. cf.: dedico, consecro, inauguro).    A Prop.: et me dicabo
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  • μέγας (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    ποιεῖσθαί τι to esteem of great importance, Hdt.; καὶ τὸ μέγιστον and what is most important, Thuc. 5. in bad sense, over-great, μέγα εἰπεῖν to speak big
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  • alius (category Latin to English Dictionary)
    8.—    E Of another kind or nature, i. e. different; hence, alium facere, to make different, to change, transform; and alium fleri, to become different
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  • πίμπλημι (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    with -θύω to be full, to become full, increase, -θύνομαι, -θύνω to belong to the mass, to agree with it, to augment oneself; to make full, to augment (A
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