διοίσω bear to the end: Eur. Hipp. 1143 “δάκρυσι διοίσω ι πότμον ἄποτμον,” live out joyless days: Thuc. 1.11 “εἰ ξυνεχῶς τὸν πόλεμον διέφερον. διαφέρειν” could not mean “to bear apart”（from each other）, though that is implied.πίθῃ, i.e. obey me by letting me go home.
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