ἀκολουθέω

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Etymology[edit]

From ἀκόλουθος (akólouthos, following) +‎ -έω (-éō, verbal suffix)

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Verb[edit]

ἀκολουθέω (akolouthéō)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) to follow, go after, go with [+dative or rarely accusative = someone] or with prepositions such as σύν (sún) and the dative, μετά (metá) and the genitive, or ἐπί (epí) and the accusative
  2. (figuratively)
    1. (transitive) to follow one in a thing, let oneself be led by [+dative or rarely accusative = someone or something]
    2. (transitive) to follow the thread of a discourse
    3. (of things, transitive) to follow, be consequent on
    4. (intransitive) it follows

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