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ἱστάνω , later collat. form of ἵστημι, first in inf. ἱστάνειν, ἀνθ-) PPetr.2p.120 (iii B.C.), (καθ-) Michel 1006.22 (Teos, ii B.C.), (συν-) Plb.3.108.4, (ἀποκαθ-) Ascl.Tact.10.9, cf. Dsc.4.43, etc.; cf.
A.ἱστάναι Ἀττικοί, ἱστάνειν ἝλληνεςMoer.200; part. (ἐφιστάνοντες Plb.11.2.5; “τὸ ἱστάνον Ph.1257.34: ind. ἱστάνει Philistio ap.Ath.3.115e, “ἱστάνομενEp.Rom.3.31, (παριστάνουσι Phld.Rh.1.266S., etc.: impf. (συνίστανον Plb.4.5.6, (δι-) App.Hisp.36, etc.:—Pass., “ἱστανόμενοςIG22.1343.26 (i B.C.):—introduced by the copyists into Lys. 25.3, Is.2.29, etc.
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (6):
    • Isaeus, Menecles, 29
    • Lysias, Defence against a Charge of subverting the Democracy, 3
    • New Testament, Romans, 3.31
    • Polybius, Histories, 11.2.5
    • Polybius, Histories, 3.108.4
    • Polybius, Histories, 4.5.6
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