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ἀγων-ιάω , inf.
A.-ιᾶνPl.Prt.333e, part. “-ιῶνId.Chrm.162c, Isoc.4.91: impf.“ἠγωνίωνPlb.1.10.6, etc.: fut.-άσω [α_] Porph.Abst.1.54: aor. “ἠγωνία_σαTimocl.22.5, Phld.Oec.p.41 J., D.S. 14.60: pf. ἠγωνία_κα ὑπερ-) [D.]61.28:—contend eagerly, struggle, D.21.61; πρὸς ἀλλήλους Isoc.l.c.
II. to be distressed or anxious, be in an agony, “τετραχύνθαι τε καὶ .Pl.Prt.333e; “ἀγωνιῶντα καὶ τεθορυβημένονId.Ly.210e, cf. Arist.Pr.869b8, Men.Her.2, PPetr.3p.151; “περί τινοςArist.Rh.1367a15: c.acc., Plb.1.20.6, al.; “ἐπί τινιPlu.Caes.46; . μή . . Plb.3.9.2, etc.; “. εἴ τι πείσεταιNic.Dam.Vit. Caes.9.
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