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ἀσάω [α^ς], Thgn.593; elsewh. Pass. ἀσάομαι , imper. ἀσῶ, part. ἀσώμενος: aor. ἠσήθην : (ἄση):—orig.
A.glut oneself, take a surfeit, and so perh. in Sapph.Supp.2.7; but usu., feel loathing or nausea, caused by surfeit, “ἀσᾶταιHp.Morb.Sacr.25, Int.35; of pregnant women, Arist.HA584a22: metaph., to be disgusted or vexed at a thing, c.dat., “μηδὲν ἄγαν χαλεποῖσιν ἀσῶ φρέναThgn.657, cf. 593; “ὅταν δέ τι θυμὸν ἀσηθῇςId.989; “ἄσαιοSapph. l. c.; “ἐδίζητο ἐπ᾽ ἂν μάλιστα τὴν ψυχὴν ἀσηθείηHdt.3.41; “ἀσώμενος ἐν φρεσίTheoc.25.240; Aeol. ἀσάμενοι [σα_] disgusted, Alc.35.—Never in good Att.; in later Prose, “πολλὰ ἀσώμενοι καὶ ἀδημονοῦντεςPh.Fr.74 H.
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