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συγκερ-άννυ_μι or συγκερ-νύω , poet. συγκεράω Nic.Al.321:—Pass., fut.
A.συγκρα_θήσομαιE.Ion 406: aor. 1 συνεκράθην [α_], Ion. “-εκρήθηνHp.Vict.1.32; also “-εκεράσθηνPl.Lg.889c: pf. συγκέκρα_μαι (v. infr.): —mix, blend with, πολλὰ [ἑνί] or εἰς ἕν, Id.Cra.424d, Ti.68d; λύπῃ τὴν ἡδονὴν ς. temper pleasure by a mixture of pain, Id.Phlb.50a; “τὸ πικρὸν μέλιτιAP12.154 (Mel.).
2. mix together, commingle, “πολλάPl.Cra.424e; τὸν πέμπτον [κύαθον] AP12.168 (Posidipp.); “μέλος συγκεράσας τις ἐγχέοιAnacreont.20.4; ἐξ ἀμφοτέρων ς. make a mixture of both, Pl.R.397c.
3. attemper, compose, “ θεὸς -κέρασε τὸ σῶμα1 Ep.Cor.12.24.
II. more freq. in Pass., to be mixed or blended with, coalesce, τινι Pl.Ti.68c; “πρὸς ἄλληλαId.R.618d.
4. of persons, to be closely attached to, be close friends with, “τοῖς ἡλικιώταιςX.Cyr.1.4.1.
5. of a wife, “ἀξίοις γάμοις -κερασθεῖσαIG5(2).268.32 (Mantinea, i B.C.), cf. Plu.2.768b.
III. Med., mix with or for oneself, “εἰς μίαν πάντα ἰδέανPl.Ti.35a, cf. 69d; “ς. αἰσθήσεις νῷId.Lg.961e.
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