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συνέπομαι , fut.
A.-έψομαιPl.Ti.53c: aor. -εσπόμην (v.infr.):—follow along with, accompany, σὺν δ᾽ θρασὺς εἵπετ᾽ Ὀδυσσεύς (where however σύν may be an Adv.) Od.10.436, cf. Hdt.7.39, Th.1.60, X.An.3.1.2, etc.; “ς. τινίA.Ag.955, Hdt.5.47, Thphr.Vent.47, etc.; ποίμναις . . συνειπόμην used to follow the flocks, i.e. tend them, S.OT1125; οὔ σοι τῷ βίῳ ξυνέσπετο (thy fortunes) remained not constant to thy life, ib.1523 (troch.); ταῦρος ἄντυγι ξ. kept pace with, it, E.Hipp. 1231; τῷ χρόνῳ ς. Pl.Lg.721c.
4. ς. τῷ λόγῳ follow the argument to its consequences, ib.695c: abs., συνέπομαι I follow, i.e. understand, you, Id.Sph. 238e; “συνέψεσθεId.Ti.53c.
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