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3 ὑδροφόρος-ου ὁ N 2 1-3-0-0-0=4 Dt 29,10; Jos 9,21.27(bis)water carrier, person who draws or carries water
4 ὑδροσκοπέωA to be a water-finder, Heuzey-Daumet Mission Archéol. de Macédoine No.113 ([place name] Thessalonica):—[voice] Med., search for water, Gp.2.6.42.
5 ἀνάδυσις-εως ἡ N 3 0-0-0-0-1=1 Wis 19,7
6 καθίστημι+ V 29-63-17-45-64=218 Gn 39,4.5; 41,33.34.41A: to set (down), to bring to [τινα εἴς τι] 1 Sm 5,3; to place [τινα] Nm 4,19; to appoint to do [τι +inf.] Nm 21,15; to set over, to appoint over [τινα ἐπί τινος] Gn 39,4; id. [τινα ἐπί τινα] Ex 5,14; id. [τινα ἐπί τι] 1 Kgs 11,28; to commit to, to appoint for [τί τινι] 1 Mc 7,20; to establish [τι] Sir 46,13; to set in order, to restore [τι] Is 49,8; to make, to render so and so [τι +pred.] Est 3,13b; to appoint to be, to establish sb as [τινα +pred.] Gn 47,5; id. [τινα εἴς τινα] 2 Sm 6,21; to make sb do [τινα +inf.] Dt 1,15M: to stand (up) Neh 13,19; to come before, to stand in the presence of [ἐναντίον τινός] Jos 20,3; id. [ἐνώπιόν τινος] 1 Sm 1,9; to stand up 1 Sm 30,12; to settle (down) 2 Chr 25,3; to stand up against [κατά τινος] Dt 19,16P: to become, to be made [+pred.] Est 8,12x; to be established Ps 96(97),1καθέστηκα to have become, to be Wis 10,7; οἱ καθεσταμένοι ἐπὶ πάντα Ισραηλ the officers over all of Israel 1 Kgs 4,7; κατέστη ἐπὶ τὴν βασιλείαν he became king 2 Chr 21,5; κατάστητε ἐν ταῖς περικεφαλαίαις stand ready with your helmets Jer 26(46),4; κατασταθήσεται ἐκ τοῦ ὀνόματος τοῦ τετελευτηκότος it shall be named by the name of the deceased Dt 25,6; καθεστηκὼς πρεσβύτης someone growing old Dt 32,25; καθεστηκὸς ὕδωρ stagnant water Ez 34,18→MM
7 παχύς,-εῖα,-ύA 0-3-2-1-2=8 1 Kgs 12,10.24r; 2 Chr 10,10; Is 28,1; Ez 34,3ὕδωρ παχύ marsh water 2 Mc 1,20
8 ῥοιζέωV 0-0-0-1-0=1 Ct 4,15to babble, to ripple, to flow with a purl (of water)
10 ὑδροποτέω+ V 0-0-0-1-0=1 DnLXX 1,12
11 ὕπτιος-α,-ον A 0-0-0-1-0=1 Jb 14,19flowing calmly, flowing without tur-bulence (of water)
12 βολίζωA heave the lead, take soundings, Act.Ap.27.28, Eust. 563.30:—[voice] Pass., sink in water, Gp.6.17.
15 χέρσοθενχέρσο-θεν, Adv.II from the ground, opp. water, Pi.O.2.73.
16 ἀμάωἀμάω (A), Od.9.135, etc.; [dialect] Ep. [tense] pres. part.A
ἀμάων A.R.3.1187, dat. pl.
ἀμώντεσσι Theoc.10.16: [tense] impf.
ἤμων Il.18.551: [tense] fut. , Hdt.6.28: [tense] aor. , A.Ag. 1044, [dialect] Ep. ἄμησα ([etym.] δι-) Il.3.359:—[voice] Med., Hes.Op. 778, E.Fr. 419: [tense] fut. (v. infr. 3), A.R.1.688:—[voice] Pass., [tense] aor. part. : [tense] pf. ἤμημαι ([etym.] ἐξ-) S.Aj. 1179. Simple Verb takes augm. in Hom., but not compds., v. Il.3.359, 24.165, Od.5.482. [Hom. has [pron. full] ᾱ in simple Verb, [pron. full] ᾰ in compds., Trag. always ᾰ; later, [pron. full] ᾱ Theoc.10.16,50, A.R. 1.1183, etc., [pron. full] ᾰ Theoc.11.73, Call.Cer. 137, etc.]:—orig., reap corn, abs.,
ἤμων ὀξείας δρεπάνας ἐν χερσὶν ἔχοντες Il.18.551; ;
θερίζειν καὶ ἀ. PHib.1.47.12(iii B.C.); : metaph., ἤμησαν καλῶς they reaped abundantly, A.Ag. 1044: c.acc.,
μάλα κεν βαθὺ λήϊον.. εἰς ὥρας ἀμῷεν Od.9.135, cf. Thgn. 107;
ὡς ἀμήσων τὸν σῖτον Hdt.6.28, cf. 4.199; .b metaph.,
ἐλευθερίαν ἀμώμεθα Plu.2.210b.2 generally, cut,
λαχνήεντ' ὄροφον λειμωνόθεν ἀμήσαντες Il.24.451;
θαλλὸν ἀμάσας Theoc.11.73:—[voice] Med.,
σχοῖνον ἀμησάμενος AP4.1.26(Mel.);
στάχυν ἀμήσονται A.R.1.688, cf. Call.Dian. 164;
ἀμῶνται Q.S.14.199.3 mow down in battle. A.R.3.1187,1<*>82, AP9.362.25: [tense] fut. [voice] Med. ἀμάσεται is cited from S. (Fr. 625 ) in this sense by Hsch.------------------------------------ἀμάω (B), mostly [dialect] Ep. in [voice] Med.,A draw, gather (cf. ἐξ-, ἐπ-, καταμάομαι)
, ταλάροισιν ἀμησάμενοι [γάλα] Od.9.247, cf. A.R.3.859; ;
ἀμήσατο γαῖαν ἀμφ' αὐτοῖς A.R.1.1305: metaph.,
ἀρετήν Jul.Or.5.169b:—[voice] Act., χερσὶν ἀμήσας κρατὸς ὕπερθε κόνιν, of a mourner, pouring dust on his head, AP7.241 (Antip.).—Poet. and later Prose. (Cl. Lith. sémti 'draw (water)'.)
17 ἀπαντλητέονA one must draw off, as water, Gp.6.18.
18 ἀστήρικτοςἀστήρικτος, ον,A not supported by a staff, AP6.203 (Lacon or Phil.); unstable, Longin.2.2, 2 Ep.Pet.3.16, Gal.UP2.15, al.;
ἀ. λογισμοῦ Vett.Val.242.3; not remaining still, of persons, Nonn.D.10.14, al.; of water, ib.32.8, al.
19 ὄθλειςὄθλεις, plants indicating the presence of water, Gp.2.4.1.
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