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νεάζω , impf.
A.ἐνέαζονAgath.5.15: aor. 1 inf. “νεάσαιAP11.256 (Lucill.), elsewh. only pres.: (νέος):—intr., to be young or new,τὸ νεάζονyouth, S.Tr.144; νεάζων thinking or acting like a youth, E.Ph. 713; “ν. τῷ τρόπῳMen.749: metaph., to be full of youthful spirit,φιλεῖ δὲ τίκτειν ὕβρις παλαιὰ νεάζουσαν ὕβρινA.Ag.764 (lyr.), cf. Supp. 105 (lyr.); “νεάζειν ἀρχόμενοςAlciphr.1.28.
2. to be the younger of two, μὲν νεάζωνS.OC374.
3. grow or be young again, APl.c.; “ὅπως γηράσκων νεάζῃ τοῖς ἀγαθοῖςEpicur.Ep.3p.59U.
II. Pass., to be renewed,στέμμα . . ἐκ πατρὸς παιδὶ νεαζόμενονAP15.6.
III. = νεάω, Hsch.s.h.v.
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