ἀνίστημι

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From ᾰ̓νᾰ́ (aná, up) +‎ ῐ̔́στημῐ (hístēmi, I stand)

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Verb[edit]

ᾰ̓νῐ́στημῐ (anístēmi)

  1. (transitive)
    1. to make to stand up, raise up
      1. to raise from sleep, wake up
      2. to raise from the dead
      3. (after Homer, of things) to set up, build
        1. to build up again, restore
      4. to put up for sale
    2. to rouse to action, stir up
    3. to make people rise, break up an assembly, to adjourn
      1. to make people emigrate, transplant
      2. to make suppliants rise and leave sanctuary
      3. to make to ascend
      4. (of sportsmen) to put up game, to spring
  2. (intransitive)
    1. to stand up, rise, to speak
      1. to rise from bed
      2. to rise from the dead
      3. to rise from an illness, recover
      4. to rise as a champion
      5. to rise up, rear itself
      6. to be set up
      7. (of a river) to rise
    2. to rise to go, set out, go away
      1. to be compelled to migrate, to be removed
      2. (of a law court) to rise
      3. (of game) to be put up

Usage notes[edit]

The active of the present, imperfect, future, first aorist, and perfect in ᾰ̓νέστᾰκᾰ are intransitive. All other tenses and voices are transitive.

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