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τίω , Il.9.238, etc.; Ep. inf.
A.τιέμενOd.15.543: impf. “ἔτιονIl.5.467, etc.; Ep. τῖον ib.536, 18.81; Trag. “τίονA.Th.775 (lyr.); Ion. “τίεσκονIl.13.461: fut. “τίσω9.142, τείσω Philic. in Stud.Ital.9.46 (iii B.C.): aor. “ἔτισαIl.1.244, 9.118, al.; poet. “τῖσαSupp.Epigr.3.553 (Thrace, v. A.D.):—Med., Hes.Th.428:—Pass., Ion. impf. “τιέσκετοIl.4.46; part. “τι_εσκόμενοιIGRom.4.360.12 (Pergam.): pf. τέτιμαι, part. τετιμένος (v. infr.). [In pres. and impf. Hom. uses both ι_ (sts. even in thesi before a long syll., Od.14.84, 22.414) and ι^, e.g. “τι^έσκετοIl.4.46, τι^ω ib.257, 9.378 (but τι_ω ib.238, al.); τειόμενοι is written in Keil-Premerstein Erster Bericht p.9 (Troketta); always short in Trag.: in fut., aor., and pf. Pass. ι_ always, v. fin.]:— poet. Verb, used like τιμάω, honour, revere, of the bearing of men towards gods, οὐδέ τι τίει ἀνέρας οὔδε θεούς (sc. Ἕκτωρ) Il.9.238; ὅτε με βροτοὶ οὔ τι τίουσιν, says Poseidon, Od.13.129, etc.; also of the gods towards men, ὃν ἀθάνατοί περ ἔτισαν (sc. Ἀχιλλέα) Il.9.110, cf. 1.508; “ πόντιος Ὀρσοτρίαινά νιν περίαλλα βροτῶν τίενPi.Pae.9.48 (so in Med., “Ζεὺς τίεται αὐτήνHes. l.c.); but more freq. of the respect paid by men to other men, kings, friends, guests, etc., “ὅν τ᾽ ἶσον ἐτίομεν Ἕκτορι δίῳIl.5.467, cf. 9.142; οἵ σε θεὸν ὣς τίσους' ib. 303; ἶσον γάρ σε θεῷ τίσουσιν Ἀχαιοί ib.603; “ δέ μιν τίεν ἶσα τέκεσσι13.176, cf. 15.439; “ὃν Τρῶες ὁμῶς Πριάμοιο τέκεσσι τῖον5.536; “ἄριστον Ἀχαιῶν οὐδὲν ἔτισας1.244; οὐδέ με τυτθὸν ἔτισεν ib.354; “τ. ξεῖνονOd.15.543; “τ. τινὰ φιλότητιIl.9.631; opp. ἀτιμάω, ib.110, Od. 16.306, 20.132; also of things, θεοὶ δίκην τίουσι they honour right, 14.84:—Pass., “θεὸς δ᾽ ὣς τίετο δήμῳIl.5.78, etc.; “τιοίμην δ᾽ ὡς τίετ᾽ Ἀθηναίη8.540, 13.827; “τάων μοι περὶ κῆρι τιέσκετο Ἴλιος ἱρή4.46: esp. pf. part. Pass. τετιμένος honoured, of persons, “οὔτε θεοῖσι τετιμένος οὔτε βροτοῖσιν24.533, cf. Hes.Th.415; λαοῖσι τ. Od.13.28, etc.:—also in Trag. (never in S.), but only pres. and impf. in this sense, the other tenses being supplied from “τιμάω, πόλις . . δαίμονας τίειA.Th.77; “θεοὺς αἰεὶ τίοιεν . . βουθύτοισι τιμαῖςId.Supp.705 (lyr.); “Ἑρμᾶν . . τίομενId.Fr.273 (hex.); “τὸν θεὸν μεῖζον τίουσα τῆς ἐμῆς ἔχθραςE.Heracl.1013; of persons, “ὅσον τότ᾽ Οἰδίπουν τίονA.Th.775 (lyr.); “τίειν γυναῖκαId.Ag.259; of things, τ. νίκην, βρότεα, ib.942, Eu.171 (lyr.); μέλος τ. honour (i.e. sing) the strain, Id.Ag.706 (lyr.):— Pass., τίεσθαι δ᾽ ἀξιώτατος βροτῶν ib.531.
II. = τιμάω 11, value, rate, τὸν δὲ [τρίποδα] δυωδεκάβοιον . . τῖον Ἀχαιοί they valued it at twelve steers' worth, Il.23.703; τίον δέ τεσσαράβοιον valued her at four steers' worth, ib.705; τίω δέ μιν ἐν καρὸς αἴσῃ (v. κάρ) 9.378; λόγων τείσομεν ἔργα κρείσσω Philic. l.c. (Root τι_-, cf. τι_-μή, πολύ-τι_-τος: I.-E. q[uglide]ī- (full grade q[uglide]ēy-) 'revere, honour', cf. Skt. cāyati 'respect', cāyús 'showing respect': not cogn. with τίνω or τίνυμαι τείνυμαι): the fut. and aor. τίσω ἔτισα are so written in codd. whether they belong to τίω or to τίνω; this spelling is wrong for the fut. and aor. of τίνω (q.v.), but may be right for the fut. and aor. of τίω, if τείσομεν in Philic. l.c. is an error; the pr. names beginning with Τεισ- may all be derived fr. τίνω.)
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