This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1851 Excerpt: ...in irepOia); or also as the sole example of an Aor. 2 Pass, with the characteristic $; § 100. n. 9. bartopcH (see bala 1), Aor. 1. Inf. bariao-Oai Hesiod c. 795. See $ 96. note 1, and comp. dXc'o/xat. dcarat, see bdarat. II bi, see bea. II beibto, see belo-ai. SeiKWfu point out, $ 107. $ 112. 14, Fut. oe/fw, etc.--MID. The Ionics form Fut. 8c£a, ebe£a, bibcypai (drrobebixBai), see $ 27. n. 3. The Mid. btlicvvum has in the epic writers (II. i. 196. Hymn. Apoll. 11) the signification salute, welcome, drink to; and consequently this signification belongs also to the Perfect with Present sense bdbtypai (for bibaypat) 3 PI. btibexarai, 3 Sing. Plupf. as Impf. beibcicro.%--Rarer forms, all of similar signification, are beiKavdopai, beibio-Kopuu aild beblo-Kopm; not to be confounded with btblcraouai, babiao-ouai, frighten, fear, from b(io-ai. Scleral fear, Infin. from Aor. 1 eoWa, Fut. Sela-o/iai. The Perfect takes the signification of the Present, and has two forms, of which the alternate use depended on euphony, SeSowca ($97. The intransitive sense burn, flame, is assigned to the Present form Saiu merelv from a misunderstanding of the passage II. e. 4, 7. Comp. II. r. 206, 227: ami especially II. u. 31C, where this verb occurs in three forms: uni" drAr' &v Tpotn uaKtfxf rcvpl Sdijrai (intrans.) Saio/ue'ir) (Pass.) iaiuai (trans.) 5" 'Apijioi i/fts 'hxtuav. t Comp. Kcfv under Kuiuu 4 109. II. Both are old Futures in the form of the Fut. 2, from AAfi, KEfl; and are consequently instead of talw, Ktta (§ 95. n. 16). with a contraction of the first two vowels, as in the Gen. Kxcios (from xKitos) for Kac'ous; see $ 53. n. 5. Many refer the form SdSfKro to tixoucu, because the meaning receive, welcome, is thought to come more easily fr...
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