ἀνάγω

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From ἀνά (aná, up) + ἄγω (ágō, to lead)

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Verb[edit]

ἀνάγω (anágō)

  1. (active voice)
    1. to lead up from a lower place to a higher
      1. to lead up to the high sea, to take to sea, carry by sea
      2. to take up from the coast into the interior, especially from Asia Minor into Central Asia
      3. to bring up, especially from the dead
      4. to conduct
      5. to lift up, raise
      6. (in various senses)
    2. to bring back
      1. to carry back, refer to its principles
      2. to reduce a syllogism to the first figure
      3. to rebuild
      4. to reckon or calculate
      5. (intransitive) to draw back, withdraw, retreat
  2. (middle voice, passive voice)
    1. to put out to sea, to set sail
      1. (figuratively) to put to sea, to make ready, prepare oneself

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