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ἑνόω , (εἷς)
A.make one, unite,λίαν τὴν πόλινArist.Pol.1261b10<*> τὰἐναντιώταταArchyt. ap. Stob.1.41.2; “τὰ πολυμιγῆHerm. ap. eund.1.49.3; “τὸ ἀκούειν τῷ πράττεινPh.1.609: ἑνοῦν τινὰ τῇ γῇ to bury him, Philostr.Im.2.29; of mixing drugs, “ἀκριβῶς ἕνωσονDsc.Eup. 1.13, cf. 1.31 (Pass.):—Pass., Ph.1.471, al., Cleom.2.1, etc.; “ἡνῶσθαι τὰ πάνταArr.Epict.1.14.2; “λίμνη . . ἡνωμένη τῇ θαλάσσῃAth.7.311d; τὰ φύσει ἡνωμένα things united by nature, Longin.22.3; “τὰ .propositions couched in the singular number, Id.24.1; ἡνωμένοι, opp. ἀσύντακτοι, of troops, J.BJ3.2.2; esp. in Philos., unified,τὸ μὲν ὂν ἀριθμὸς ἡνωμένοςPlot.6.6.9; τὸ ., = τὸ ὄν, Dam.Pr.20, cf. 68, al.
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