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Plutarch, Apophthegmata Laconica 225C12
Full diacritics: θείω Medium diacritics: θείω Low diacritics: θείω Capitals: ΘΕΙΩ
Transliteration A: theíō Transliteration B: theiō Transliteration C: theio Beta Code: qei/w

English (LSJ)

Ep. for θέω,

   A run.    II Ep. for θῶ, 1sg. subj. aor. 2 of τίθημι.

German (Pape)

[Seite 1192] p. = θέω, w. m. s.

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

θείω: Ἐπ. ἀντὶ θέω, τρέχω.

French (Bailly abrégé)

épq. c. θέω.
2sbj. ao.2 épq. c. τίθημι.

English (Autenrieth)

inf. θείειν, ipf. ἔθεε, θέε, ἔθει, iter. θέεσκον, fut. 2 sing. θεύσεαι, inf. θεύσεσθαι: run; often the part. joined to other verbs, ἦλθε θέων, etc.; said of ships, the potter's wheel, Il. 18.601; a vein, Il. 13.547; and otherwise figuratively.
see (1) θέω.—(2) τίθημι.

Greek Monolingual

θείω (Α)
(επικ. τ. του θέω) τρέχω.

Greek Monotonic

θείω: Επικ. αντί θέω, θῶ, υποτ. αοβ. βʹ του τίθημι.
θείω: Επικ. αντί θέω, τρέχω.

Russian (Dvoretsky)

I эп. = θέω I.
II (= θέω и θῶ) эп. aor. conjct. к τίθημι.