I. c. dat. pers., come opposite to, meet face to face, meet with, ἥ οἱ ἔπειτ᾽ ἤντησ᾽ ib.6.399; “ἤντεον ἀλλήλοισιν” 7.423; so also in Trag., “ἀνέμοις ἀ.” A.Supp.36; “πατρί” S.Tr.902, etc.
II. = ἀντιάω, c. gen.,
1. c. gen. pers., meet in battle, “εἴ κεν πάντων ἀντήσομεν” Od.16.254, cf. Il.16.423: also without any hostile sense, σπέρμα μὲν ἄντασ᾽ Ἐρεχθειδᾶν by lineage she reached, went up to the Erechtheidae, S.Ant.982.
2. c. gen. rei, meet with, take part in, partake in or of, μάχης, δαίτης, Il.7.158, Od.3.44; κατάλεξον ὅπως ἤντησας ὀπωπῆς how thou hast gained sight of him, ib.17.44, cf. 3.97; so “ἀ. ξεινίων” Hdt.2.119; “ἁλώσιος” Pi. O.10(11).42; ἀ. τινὸς ὑπό τινος meet with such and such treatment from another, Hdt.1.114; “σφῷν . . θεοῖς ἀρῶμαι μή ποτ᾽ ἀντῆσαι κακῶν” S.OC1445.