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ὀγκ-όω , aor. ὤγκωσα : aor. and pf. Pass. ὠγκώθην, ὤγκωμαι (v. infr.): (ὄγκος B):—
A.raise up, rear,ἠρίονAlex.Aet.3.33 ; “ὤγκωσεν τάδε σήματαEpigr.Gr.233.9 (Chios):—Pass., “τάφῳ ὀγκωθῆναιE.Ion388 ; and of the cairn itself, “ὠγκώθηνAP7.651 (Euph.); “ὀστέα δ᾽ ὀγκωθεὶς . . ἔδεκτο τάφοςEpigr.Gr.233.4.
2. distend,τὸ πνεῦμα τὰς φλέβας ὀγκοῖArist.Somn.Vig.457a13, cf. Pr.936b11 :—Pass., γαστὴρ ὠγκώθη was swollen by eating, Babr.86.5, cf. 111.19, Antyll. ap. Orib.7.16.3.
3. endow with bulk or extension, Corp.Herm.8.3 : pf. part. Pass., Porph. Sent.33, Dam.Pr.140.
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