ὑπάγω

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From ὑπό (hupó, beneath) + ἄγω (ágō, to lead)

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Verb[edit]

ὑπάγω (hupágō)

  1. (transitive)
    1. to lead or bring under
      1. to bring under one's power
    2. to bring a person before the judgment seat, to accuse, impeach
    3. to lead slowly on, to lead on by degrees, by deceit
    4. to take away from under, withdraw
      1. to draw off
      2. to purge the bowels
        • 1 CE – 100 CE, Aretaeus, De Curatione Acutorum Morborum 1.10
  2. (intransitive)
    1. to go slowly away, draw off, withdraw, retire
    2. to go slowly forwards, draw on
    3. (medicine, of the bowels) to be open
    4. to sink down, squat

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