Henry George Liddell; Robert Scott [1889], An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [middleLiddell02].
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ἀγορεύω ἀγορά in correct Attic writers, this Verb (and its compds.) is for the most part confined to pres. and imperf.; the other tenses being borrowed.    1to speak in the assembly, harangue, speak, Hom.; κακόν τι ἀγορεύειν τινά to speak ill of one, Od.; of the κῆρυξ in the Ecclesia, τίς ἀγορεύειν βούλεται; who wishes to address the people? Ar., Dem., etc.    2μή τι φόβονδ' ἀγόρευε counsel me not to flight, Il.    3to proclaim, declare, mention, Hom.; in aor1 mid., ἀγορεύσασθαι ὡς . . . to have it proclaimed that . . ., Hdt., etc.: metaph., δέρμα θηρὸς ἀγ. χειρῶν ἔργον tells a tale of. . ., Theocr.    4Pass., of a speech, to be spoken, Thuc.
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Henry George Liddell; Robert Scott [1889], An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [middleLiddell02].
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