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σκι^άζω , S.Fr.776, etc.: fut.Att. σκιῶ κατα-) Id.OC406: aor.
A.ἐσκίασαIl.21.232, Hes.Op.613 (συ-), Luc.Zeux.5:—Pass., “ἐσκιάσθηνE.Andr. 1115 (v.l.), Arist.Col.792a22: pf. “ἐσκίασμαιSemon.7.66: (σκιά):— overshadow, shade, darken, “εἰς κεν ἔλθῃ δείελος ὀψὲ δύων σκιάσῃ δ᾽ ἐρίβωλον ἄρουρανIl.21.232; “Ἄθως σκιάζει νῶτα Λημνίας βοόςS.Fr. 776; “ς. τὰ ἡλιούμεναX.Oec.19.18; ς. ἔθειραν, with a chaplet, Simon. 148.4, cf. Semon.7.66; “φάρεα . . περιβαλλομένα γένυσιν ἐσκίαζονE. IT1151 (lyr.), cf. Hipp.134 (lyr.): metaph., “εὐθυμίᾳ σκιαζέτω νόημ᾽ ἄκοτονPi.Pae.1.2: abs., of the sun, cast a shadow, Arist.Mete.374b3; of the sun-dial, γνώμων σκιάζει τὴν ἕκτην marks it by its shadow, Alciphr.3.4:—Pass., to be in shadow, Arist.Col. l.c.; σκιάζεσθαι τοῖς ποσί, of the Σκιάποδες, Ctes.Fr.89.
III. shade in painting, Luc.Zeux.5: metaph., Lib.Or. 13.17.
IV. καῦμα ς. keep off the sun's heat, Alciphr.3.12.
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