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  • τελέως, P. ὅλως, παντάπασι, V. εἰς τὸ πᾶν; see altogether. ⇢ Look up "completely" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary
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  • completely: P. and V. πάντως, παντελῶς, διὰ τέλους, Ar. and P. πάνυ, τελέως, P. ὅλως, παντάπασι, V. εἰς τὸ πᾶν. quite: Ar. and P. ἀτεχνῶς. abundantly:
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  • διασταυροῦν ⇢ Look up "palisade completely" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full text
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  • οἰόμενοι… εἶναι… ἀντίκρυς δίοδον εἰς τὸ ἔξω (Thuc. 2, 4). through and through, completely: P. and V. παντελῶς, πάντως, διὰ τέλους, V. διαμπάξ. all through: P. and
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  • τέλειος. adverb from τέλειος; completely, i.e. (of hope) without wavering: to the end. (τέλειος), adverb, perfectly, completely: Plato, Isocrates, Aristotle
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  • τὸ τελευταῖον, V. λοίσθιον, τὸ λοίσθιον. completely: P. and V. παντελῶς, Ar. and P. τελέως; see completely. ⇢ Look up "finally" on Perseus Dictionaries
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  • contrahit, Curt. 3, 1, 10; Flor. 4, 2, 38.—    2    Utterly, entirely, completely, in all respects: aut undique religionem tolle aut usque quāque conserva
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  • [ῐ], Adv.    A completely, and, of numbers, exactly, just, ἡμέραι ἀ. ἐνενήκοντα Hdt.5.53, cf. 2.158; φρόνιμος ὢν ἀ. ταύτης τῆς τέχνης Telecl.37; ἀ. ἐναρμόζειν
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  • χαράκωμα, τὸ. P. σταυροῦν, ἀποσταυροῦν, περισταυροῦν. προσταυροῦν. palisade completely: P. διασταυροῦν. ⇢ Look up "palisade" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus
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  • oppĭdō: adv. etym. dub.; cf. ἔμπεδον; v. oppidum, I very, very much, completely, exceedingly, exactly, precisely (already obs. in the time of Quint.: oppido
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  • pleasure of: χάριν ἑκτορος, Homer, Iliad 15,744, others; gratia, it takes on completely the nature of a preposition, and is joined to the genitive, for, on account
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  • pessĭmo: āre, v. a. pessimus, I to make utterly bad, to spoil completely, to ruin (eccl. Lat.): plebem, Vulg. Ecclus. 36, 11: te ipsum pessimabis, id.
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  •    A cover or veil completely, σὺν δὲ νεφέεσσι κάλυψε γαῖαν Od.5.293; σ. τι χρόνῳ E.Ph. 872, cf. Pl.R.452d; τὴν ἀλήθειαν Olymp.Alch. p.70 B.; συγκαλύψαντές
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  • mot, pour le dire en un mot, bref. Étymologie: ὅλος. adverb from ὅλος; completely, i.e. altogether; (by analogy), everywhere; (negatively) not by any means:
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  • perterrita, perterritum ADJ :: very frightened, thoroughly frightened; completely terrified
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  • alicuius solent proferri, Prisc. absolute absolutius, absolutissime ADV :: completely, absolutely; perfectly; without qualification, simply, unreservedly
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  • 65.— Sup.: ita mea consilia perturbat paenissume (penissime), utterly, completely, Plaut. Most. 3, 1, 127: me paenissume perdidit, id. Aul. 3, 4, 7: paenissime
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  • riddance, spend, quite take away, waste. from כָּלָה; a completion; adverb, completely; also destruction: altogether, (be, utterly) consume(-d), consummation(-ption)
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  • allerdings, ganz richtig, Ter. plane ADV :: clearly, plainly, distinctly; completely
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  • the roots, Phaedr. 2, 2, 10.—    B Trop., utterly, entirely, totally, completely: belli magnos commovit funditus aestus, Lucr. 5, 1435: quae domus tam
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  • cleanse on all sides or completely, τὰ δίκτυα Arist. HA 598b14, cf. Gal.12.877 ; τὰς ῥίζας Thphr.HP4.13.5.    2 metaph., purify completely, π. ἐπαοιδαῖς Arist
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  •    A heal completely, Hp.Vict.3.67: hence, make amends, αἱ δ' ἐξακέονται ὀπίσσω (sc. Αιταί) Il.9.507, cf. Pl.Lg.885d.    II c. acc., appease, τότε κεν
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  • Metaph.1003a7; as Adv., κ. ἀποφαίνεσθαι ἐπὶ τοῦ κ. Int.17b5, al.    3 completely, entirely, Plb.1.20.2; οὐδὲ κ. μακρὸν πλοῖον no warships at all, ib.13
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  • chariots, S.El. 708; ἐ. τοὺς ἱππέας εἰς δισχιλίους X.Cyr.5.3.24.    3 man completely, τριήρεις Arist.Pol.1327b14.    4 fulfil, ἡ χάρις ἐκπεπλήρωται Hdt. 8
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  • Ion. ἀποδείρω (also in Ar.V.1286):—   A flay, skin completely, τὸρ βοῦν Hdt.2.40, cf. 2.42, 4.60; ἀ. τὴν κεφαλήν scalp, 4.64:—Pass., πρόβατα ἀποδαρέντα
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  • oratoris, but Hand condemned this form).— II To a (full) measure, fully, completely, wholly, quite, absolutely.    A Of number (not used in this way by Cic
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  • -καῆμεν Plu.Lyc.20; -εκαύσθην Chron.Lind.D.41: pf. -κέκαυμαι And.1.108:—burn completely, in Hom. of sacrifices and dead bodies, κατακήομεν αὐτούς Il.7.333; μιν
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  • Origin: IE [Indo-European]X [probably] [610] *koino- grass Etymology: Agrees completely with a Balto-Slavic word for hay, e. g. Lith. šiẽnas, OCS sěno χόρτος
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  • ADV :: abundantly/fully/clearly; richly/lavishly/generously; entirely/completely/widely
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  • the walls (of a town), i. e. to turn a town into arable land, to destroy completely, Hor. C. 1, 16, 20; cf. Sen. Clem. 1, 26, 4; used for marking the boundaries
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  • changed in fine dust resp. swept smooth, i. e. completely destroyed (Theognost., H., Phot.), λεω-πάτητος completely trodden (down) (S. Ant. 1275 with v. l. λακ-πάτητος
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  • 75; ἀπεξηρασμένου τοῦ . . ῥεέθρου ib.186, cf. 7.109.    2 generally, dry completely, τὰς ναῦς lay them up, Th.7.12:—Pass., ἀπεξηραμμένα κρεᾴδια Alex.124.11
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  • Ἀθηναίοισι τὰς νέας help them in manning . ., Hdt.8.1.    II fill up or completely, ἑξήκοντα ναῦς man them fully, Th.6.50, cf. Hell.Oxy.14.1; σ. τὸ περιηγηθέν
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  • [ᾰ], ον,    A completely bald, Cyran.77. ὁλομάδιστος, -ον (Α) τελείως μαδημένος, εντελώς φαλακρός. [ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. < ὁλ(ο)- + μαδίζω. Αναζήτηση σε: Google
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  • (qs. through and through, to the bottom of a thing, i. e.), thoroughly, completely, wholly, entirely, utterly (class.): caput et supercilia penitus abrasa
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  • 24, 23: bellum gerere, id. 30, 4. —    2    Transf., in gen., wholly, completely: bene et naviter impudens, Cic. Fam. 5, 12, 3: plenum, Lucr. 1, 525.
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  • The end, limit: donec alescundi summum tetigere cacumen, until they have completely attained the limit of their growth, Lucr. 2, 1130: ad summum donec venere
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  • with another in killing.    2 of the completion of an action, altogether, completely, as in συνάγνυμι, συνασκέω 2, συνθρύπτω, συγκόπτω, συμπατέω, συμπληρόω
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  • 7, 1: miserrimus Fui fugitando, have exhausted myself with running, am completely tired out, Ter. Eun. 5, 2, 7.—With gen.: miseros ambitionis, Plin. Pan
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  • altogether, entirely; w. μάλα, λίην, Il. 14.143, ξ 3, Od. 4.825. πάγχῠ    1 completely ἄταν πάγχυ διαπλέκει (P. 2.82) πάγχυ (Α) επίρρ. (επικ., ιων. και αιολ
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  •    A cover up or completely, [ὅπλοις] δέμας E.Heracl.721; conceal, Hp.Fract.20, E.IT1052, Fr.683, X.Cyr.8.1.40, D.2.20; πενίαν Amphis 17; τῷ λόγῳ σ. τι
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  • cf. Hdt.3.40; ὁρῶντες τὴν Λιβύην εἰς τ. ἀβλαβῆ διαμένουσαν altogether, completely, Plb.1.20.7, cf. PTeb.38.11 (ii B.C.), OGI90.12 (Rosetta, ii B.C.), PSI10
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  • ungues, Prop. 3, 7 (4, 6), 51 al. — II Trop., by the roots, i. e. utterly, completely, radically: radicitus tollere atque extrahere cupiditatem, Cic. Fin. 2
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  • on all sides, shut up completely; τινα εἰς τινα or τί, so to deliver one up to the power of a person or thing that he is completely shut in, as it were,
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  •    A clear out, clear completely, τοὺς πόρους the ducts, Anaxipp.1.16; cleanse ulcer, Paul.Aeg.4.41; τάφρους D.H.8.13; clear streets, OGI483.79 (Pergam
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  •    A arm completely, Hdt.7.100, X.Cyr.4.5.22, al.; poet., ἐ. Ἄρη A.Supp.683, 702, cf. 99 (all lyr.):—Med. and Pass., arm oneself, στολήν . . λέοντος, ᾗπερ
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  • trembling, used to describe the anxiety of one who distrusts his ability completely to meet all requirements, but religiously does his utmost to fulfil his
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  • τό παντελές (properly, unto completeness (Winer s Grammar, § 51,1c.)) completely, perfectly, utterly: Philo leg. ad Gaium 21; Josephus, Antiquities 1,18
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  •    A reap or mow completely, of a crop, θέρος D.53.21, cf. PEdgar27.5 (iii B.C.), LXXLe.19.9, Alciphr.3.16 : metaph. of men, τοὺς γηγενεῖς ἐξεθερίσατε
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  • τὸν τόπον Plut. силой проложить себе дорогу. fut. attic ῐῶ to clear completely, Plut.
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  • I:6, cf. Herodotus 6,106): μισθός, σῖτος, a full kernel of grain (one completely filling the follicle or hull containing it), Mark 4:28. -ες, ΝΜΑ 1.
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  • composition, it usually adds intensity to the signif., thoroughly, perfectly, completely, exceedingly, very much, very (very often in Cicero's epistolary style
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  • and ν may be secondary). (Comparison with αἰκάζει καλεῖ H. or αἰκάλλω is completely in the air.). αἶκλον: (ἄϊκλον) {aĩklon} Grammar: n. Meaning: Abendmahl
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  • triumphavi, triumphatus V :: triumph over; celebrate a triumph; conquer completely, triumph
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  • Adv., (ἀπαρτίζω)    A adequately, completely, D.H.1.90; precisely, Procl.Hyp.4.80. [Seite 290] vollständig, vollkommen, Dion. Hal. 1, 90. ἀπηρτισμένως:
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  • crainte. Étymologie: σύν, τρίβω. from σύν and the base of τρίβος; to crush completely, i.e. to shatter (literally or figuratively): break (in pieces), broken
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  • of Pre-Greek origin]X [probably] Etymology: Word of everyday-language, completely avoided by feeling of decency in the ep. poetry and the higher lit. (Wackernagel
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  • finally, absolutely, with full authority, A.Eu.320,953 (both anap.).    2 completely, absolutely, thoroughly, τ. ἐς ἀσθενὲς ἔρχεται Hdt.1.120; τ. ἐκκλησιάσαιμεν
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  • 33-48 and BAGB 1996, 11f., connects θάμβος etc. and assumes *κατα-τηφής completely stupefied; but one would rather expect *-θηπης. κατ-ηφής, ές 1. with
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  • plene infundere, Plin. 14, 22, 28, § 139.—    2    Trop., fully, wholly, completely, thorougnly, largely (class.): plene cumulateque aliquid perficere, Cic
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  • ἐκτελῆ νεανίαν E.Ion780, cf. A.Ag.105 (lyr., s. v.l.). Adv. -λῶς in full, completely, BGU1116.9 (i B. C.). [Seite 780] ές, vollendet; ἀγαθά, ἄνδρες, Aesch
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  • (later form). - The connection with a group *kar- heart (Pok. 531f.) is completely hypothetical. - Beside it occurs ἄρυα τὰ ΏΗρακλεωτικὰ κάρυα H., which
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  • fartum, ī, n., s. bes. farcio farcire, farsi, fartus V :: stuff, fill up/completely; gorge oneself; insert as stuffing, cram (into)
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  • σπαράσσω; to rend completely, i.e. (by analogy) to convulse violently: throw down. 1st aorist συνεσπάραξα; to convulse completely (see ῤήγνυμι, c.):
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  • meaning wind, wrap, fold; would be IE *(s)tegʷʰ-. == Frisk's discussion is completely dated. It is hampered by Pok. 1011, where (*stebh-. *stembh- and *step-
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  • headland, cape; Hom. κατ' ἄκρης (πόλιος) from the highest point down hence completely, utterly, also κατ' ἄκρηθεν (which became κατὰ κρῆθεν through association
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  • соответствии с (действительными) событиями. attic -ττω fut. -πλάσω to form completely, mould, Plut., etc.
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  • 12, 4, 3. —    B Adverb. phrases with a prep.    1    Ex toto, wholly, completely, entirely, altogether, totally (post-Aug.): creta ex toto repudianda est
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  • Pass.,    A to be completely parted, AP9.662 (Agath.). ἀμφιμερίζομαι: παθ., ἐντελῶς διαμερίζομαι, Ἀνθ. Π. 9. 662. Pass. être partagé entièrement. Étymologie:
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  • finiatur, by the healthy condition of the bone, i. e. by the bone's being completely healed, Cels. 8, 8 fin.: ad sanitatem dum venit curatio, while the cure
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  • (σ 373). Other forms: Dor. ἇλιξ Compounds: As 2. member in παν-αφ-ῆλιξ completely without companions of his own age (X 490). Mostly only as age-indication
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  • Att. fut. -ῐῶ,    A fortify completely, Th.7.26, X.HG3.2.10, etc.:—Pass., τὸ τεῖχος ἐκτετείχισται ταχύ Ar.Av.1165. [Seite 780] ganz u. gar mit einer
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  • usque, durch und durch, überall, Ov. u. Apul. adusque ADV :: wholly, completely adusque adusque PREP ACC :: all the way/right up to, as far as, to the
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  •    A paint completely, delineate, Str.8.3.30; picture to oneself, Ph.2.59, Arr.Epict.2.18.16, S.E.M.7.222:—Pass., to be painted on, ἀσπίδες αἷς οὐδὲν ἀνεζωγράφητο
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  • Neutr., to conquer completely, gain a complete victory: pervicit Bardanes, Tac. A. 11, 10.—    B Act., to conquer or defeat completely, gain a complete victory
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  • the mind, attend to, σ. ταῖς τύχαις Arist.EN1100b4; follow an argument completely, λόγῳ Pl.Phlb.25c, Lg.629a; σ. τινί τι follow him in a matter, ib.792c;
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  • explicare, Cic. Verr. 2, 2, 64, § 156.—    B Transf., wholly, entirely, completely, quite (class.), Plaut. Ep. 3, 4, 55: perdidisti mulierem, id. Ps. 4,
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  • through, τὸ χωρίον Hdt.2.29, cf. 5.29; πεδίον Hell.Oxy.7.3, etc.    2 go completely through, νόμον τὸν ὄρθιον Hdt.1.24; πάντας φίλους E.Alc.15; τὴν ὁδόν Pl
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  • altogether, i.e. be completely overcome by: bow together. (T WH συνκύπτω (cf. σύν, II. at the end)); (from Herodotus down); to bend completely forward, to be
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  • (ὁμοίαν ἅπασιν ὄψιν Eur.). fut. σω to bring up from childhood, educate completely, Eur., Plat.
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  • Προμηθεύς Aesch.; ἄνθρωπος Xen.). Meaning: villain(ous), λέως (λείως) completely See also: s. λεῖος. λε-ωργός, όν [adv. λέως, *ἔργω one who will do
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  • from Plato and Demosthenes down; 1. to comprehend at once. 2. to embrace completely: τινα, Acts 20:10. ΝΜΑ περιλαμβάνω περιλαμβάνω κάτι μαζί με κάτι άλλο
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  • ἕψω) beside δέφω has an s-enlargement; the cases in Schwyzer 706 are not completely comparable H. Petersson KZ 47, 285 compares Arm. topem beat (denomin.)
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  • νευρῇ κατακόσμει ὀϊστόν was fitting it on the string, Il. 2. to fit out completely, adorn, Ar., Plat. II. to reduce to order, Plut.
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  •    A diffuse completely, Arist.Spir.483b21 (Pass.). [Seite 1346] (s. χέω), durch Etwas hin gießen, verbreiten, Arist. de spirit. 5. καταδιαχέω: διαχέω
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  • [ῑ],    A waste completely, Plu.Cleom.26. [Seite 966] mit auftreiben, καὶ διαφθεῖραι τὸν καρπόν, Plut. Cleom. 26. συγκατατρίβω: [ῑ], κατατρίβω ὁμοῦ
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  • to, end/abolish deleo deleo delere, delevi, deletus V TRANS :: destroy completely, demolish/obliterate/crush; ruin; overthrow; nullify/annul
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  • cf. Porzig Satzinhalte 189f.); dat. κομιδῃ̃ as adv. exact, definitely, completely (IA.); κομιστήρ, -τής who cares, provides (E.; Fraenkel Nom. ag. 2, 14;
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  • Kretschmer l. c. supposes protoindog. origin (ideas that have been given up completely; however he assumes Glotta 32, 187 a. 196f. "Pre-Greek" origin comparing
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  • dep. a., to lay quite waste, ravage, devastate; to plunder or pillage completely: agrum Placentinum, Liv. 34, 56: omnia loca, id. 34, 28: Italiam, id.
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  •    A absorb completely, assimilate, Anon.Lond.24.26:— hence ἀποικεί-ωσις, εως, ἡ, ib.24.35.    II keep apart, Hero Spir.Praef. p.146S. (Pass.), s.v.l.
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  • ὄστλιγξ, which also means arms of the cuttle-fish; unacceptable. (2) Completely unknown. Chantr. adduces ἀσταλύζειν, which must be a mistake, s. ἀνασταλύζω
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  •    A damage completely, Alex.Aphr.Pr.1.96 (Pass.). dañar en v. pas. (ὁ ἐγκέφαλος) Alex.Aphr.Pr.1.96. Source: ἐκκαταράσσω
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  • [ρῑ],    A separate completely, Dam.Pr.36. separar completamente τὴν πάντων ... ὑπόσταθμον Dam.Pr.36. Source: ἀποδιακρίνω
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  • Pass.,    A to be completely one, Iamb.Myst.2.11. ὑπερενόομαι: Παθ., ἑνοῦμαι ἐντελῶς, εἶμαι ἐντελῶς ἡνωμένος εἰς ἓν, Ψευδοδιονύσ. Ἀρεοπ. 637Α, κλπ.·
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  • [κᾰ], ον,    A completely pure, Steph.in Hp.1.183 D. -η, -ο (Μ ὁλοκάθαρος, -ον) εντελώς καθαρός, κατακάθαρος, πεντακάθαρος νεοελλ. 1. διαυγέστατος 2
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  • Adv.    A with a view to plundering completely, Eust.1490.65. adv. con intención de destruir πόλιν ἐχθρὰν, ἀλαπάξοι τις ἂν ἐ. Eust.1490.65. Source:
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  • τρόπον Luc.). δια-σχηματίζω vormen, vormgeven, met acc. fut. σω to form completely: Pass. to be so formed, Plat.
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  • [127] *bʰendʰ- bind Etymology: Old name of relatives, formally almost completely agreeing with Lith. beñdras participant, sharer; beside it with u-suffix
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  • cf. PLond.2.391.17 (v A. D.): abs., Arist.Ath.39.1.    II Pass., to be completely inhabited, Th.2.17. [Seite 885] aus seiner Wohnung gehen, aus seiner
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