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συνδέω ,
A.bind or tie together, of two or more things, “συνέδησα πόδας δεινοῖο πελώρουOd.10.168; “σὺν δὲ πόδας χεῖράς τε δέον22.189; “οἶνος ς. πόδας χεῖράς τε γλῶσσάν τε νόον τεHes.Fr.121; “τοὺς πόδας καὶ τὰς χεῖραςPl.Euthphr.4c; ς. γαύλους bind them together, side by side, Hdt.8.97, cf. Plb.1.22.9; δέλτον λύειν καὶ ς. fasten it up, E.IA110; act as binding material, “ συνδέων πηλόςCPR232.17 (ii/iii A.D.):— Pass., τὰς χεῖρας συνεδέθησαν had their hands tied together, Demad.13; ἰσχία μὴ συνδεδεμένα flanks not well-knit, of dogs, X.Cyn.4.1, cf. Arist.Pr.873a33.
2. of persons, bind hand and foot, “ὁππότε μιν ξυνδῆσαι Ὀλύμπιοι ἤθελον ἄλλοιIl.1.399, cf. Hdt.9.119, S.Aj.62, Ph. 1016, E.Cyc.238, etc.; λαγὼς αὐτὸς ς. ἑαυτόν entangles itself, X Cyr. 1.6.40:—Pass., συνδεδεμένος constrained, cramped, Philostr.Im.2.21.
b. bind up a wound, σφενδόνῃ with . . , Il.13.599.
3. bind up with, combine closely, “σάρκας ὀστοῖςPl.Ti.84a, cf. 73b, Smp.202e, Tht.160b; also “τι ἀπό τινοςLuc.Syr.D.29; of parts growing together, Hp.Mul.1.40.
5. connect, opp. διαζευγνύω, A.D.Conj. 214.6, al.
II. Med., σύνδησαι πέπλους gird up thy robes, E.Andr. 832 (lyr., Reiske for πέπλοις).
2. have things bound together, Ti. Locr. 99a, Them.Or.4.59a.
3. unite themselves, form a union, “πρὸς παίδων γέννησινPl.Plt.310b, cf. Betion ap.D.L.4.54.
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