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κενόω , E.Med.959, Pl.Smp.197d; Ep. κεινόω Nic.Th.56, Al.140: fut.
A.κενώσωE.Ion447: aor. “ἐκένωσαId.Ba.730: pf. “κεκένωκαApp.BC 5.67:—Pass., fut. “κενωθήσομαιGal.4.709, “κενεώσομαιEmp.16: aor. “ἐκενώθηνTh.2.51: pf. “κεκένωμαιHdt.4.123, Hp.Morb.Sacr.9: (κενός): —empty, “πᾶσαν ἠπείρου πλάκαA.Pers.718 (troch.); “ναούςE.Ionl.c.: c. gen., empty of a thing, “ἀνδρῶν τάνδε πόλιν κενῶσαιA.Supp.660, cf. E.Rh.914 (lyr.); χέρας [δώρων] Id.Med.l.c.; “τινὰ τᾶς συοπλουτοσύναςCerc.4.13; opp. πληροῦν τινά τινος, Pl.l.c., cf. R.560d:—Pass., to be emptied, made or left empty, S.OT29; ἐς τὸ κενούμενον into the space continually left empty, Th.2.76; οἰκίαι πολλαὶ ἐκενώθησαν ib.51: c.gen., τούτων κενεώσεται . . αἰών will be left without them, Emp.l.c.; κεκενωμένου τοῦ τείχεος πάντων stripped of all things, Hdt.l.c.
2. make a place empty by leaving it, desert it, “βωμοῦ ἐσχάρανE.Andr.1138; λόχμην Id.Ba.l.c.:—Pass., “κενωθεισῶν τῶν νεῶνTh.8.57.
3. Medic., empty by depletion, opp. πληροῦν, Hp.Aph.2.51, cf. Aret.CA1.2, Gal.l.c.; τινα Phld.Lib.p.30 O.; carry off, “αἷμαLuc.Ocyp.93; “ἐκ τοῦ σώματος χολήνGal.Nat.Fac.1.13:—Pass., τὰ κενούμενα evacuations, Id.6.78, Antyll. ap. Stob.4.37.27.
4. empty out, pour away, “φάρμακονIamb.Bab.7: metaph., πλοῦτον f.l. in Ph.1.119:—Pass., “τοῦ λαοῦ κενωθέντοςD.S.24.1; make away with, “θανάτου βάροςCypr. Fr.1.6.
5. expend, “εἴς με κένωσον πᾶν βέλοςAP5.57 (Arch.).
6. in Pass., waste away, shrivel, Thphr.HP7.4.3, 9.14.3.
II. metaph., make empty, “ἑαυτόνEp.Phil.2.7; make void or of no effect, “καύχημα1 Ep.Cor.9.15; “ὑπάρξειςVett.Val.90.7:—Pass., to be or become so, Ep.Rom.4.14.
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