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ὠνέομαι , Hes.Op.341, etc.: fut.
A.-ήσομαιE.Hec.360, Ar.Ach.815, Pax1261, Lys.22.22, Dor. ὠνασοῦμαι (v. infr.):—in Att. usu. with the syllabic augment, “ἐωνούμηνEup.184, And.1.134, “ἀντ-εωνεῖτοX. Oec.20.26, etc.: but “ὠνέετοHdt.3.139, “ὠνέοντοId.1.69, “ὠνούμηνLys. 7.4 codd., “ἀντ-ωνεῖτοAnd.1.134, “ἐξ-ωνεῖτοAeschin.3.91: aor. 1 “ἐωνησάμηνPlu.Cic.3; “ὠνησάμηνHp.Ep.17, Plu.Nic.10, Luc.Herm.81; part. “ὠνησάμενοςPlb.4.50.3, D.H.7.20: ὠνήσασθαι not in Attic inscrr. earlier than IG22.1035.8 (i B. C.), ἐπριάμην being used in Att.; ὠνησάμην in the prov. “Χῖος δεσπότην ὠνήσατοEup.269: pf. ἐώνημαι in act. sense, Ar.Pl.7, Lys.7.2 (so plpf. “ἐώνητοD.37.5); also as Pass. (v. infr. 11): aor. in pass. sense (v. infr. 11) ἐωνήθην; fut. in pass. sense “ἀπ-ωνηθήσεταιTheopomp.Com.84: this verb is usu. replaced in later Gr. by ἀγοράζω:—buy, purchase, opp. “πωλέω, πιπράσκω; πῶ τις ὦν ὄνον ὠνασεῖται;Sophr.125; but in pres. and impf. (which are the tenses most in use), offer to buy, bargain or bid for a thing, “ὄφρ᾽ ἄλλων ὠνῇ κλῆρονHes.Op.341; ὠνέεσθαι τῶν φορτίων wished to buy some of their wares, began to bargain for them, Hdt. 1.1; Κροῖσός σφι ὠνεομένοισι ἔδωκε gave it them when they offered to buy, ib.69; τὰς νήσους οὐκ ἐβούλοντο ὠνευμένοισι πωλέειν ib.165, cf. 3.139, 6.121; ὀκτὼ λάβοις ἄν (sc. ὀβολούς); Answ. εἴπερ ὠνεῖ τὸν ἕτερον if you are willing to buy the other fish, Alex.16.10, cf. 78.7; “ὠνεῖσθαι καὶ πωλεῖν πρὸς ἀλλήλουςPl.Lg.741b; “. τὰς γυναῖκας παρὰ τῶν γονέωνHdt.5.6, cf. Pl.Prt.313d, 313e, D.9.48; “ἀπό τινοςAch.Tat. 5.17: c. dat. pers., buy from . . , Ar.Ach.815, Pax1261; also . ἐκ Κορίνθου buy goods from Corinth, X.HG7.2.17: “. ἐξ ἀγορᾶςId.An. 3.2.21; metaph., καιρόν, σπονδάς ., Plu.Sert.6, Hdn.6.7.9; “. μὴ ἀδικεῖσθαι τοὺς ἐμπόρουςD.8.25; c. gen. pretii, buy for so much, Hdt. 5.6, cf. E.Hec.360, X.An.7.6.24; ψυχῆς at the price of life, Heraclit. 85: also c. dat., buy with . . , “τἄχθιστα τοῖσι φιλτάτοις ὠνούμεθαE.IA 1170: abs., X.Mem.2.10.4, Ages.1.18: esp. in partic., “ὠνουμένους ἕξειν τὰ ἐπιτήδειαby purchase, Id.An.2.3.27, cf. 5.5.14, etc.; also ὠνούμενος the buyer, purchaser,ὁρῶντος τοῦ ὠνουμένουId.Eq.3.2, cf. Plu. Cat.Mi.36; ἐωνημένος the owner by purchase (of a slave), Ar.Pl.7; “ ὠνησάμενοςPlu.2.242d; ὠνησόμενος the intending purchaser, Din. 3.10: metaph., “χάριτας πονηρὰς .E.Hel.902; “ὅσα ἄνθρωποι ἄθλων ὠνοῦνταιX.Hier.9.11; “εὔνοιαν παρά τινοςD.12.20; “. τὰς αὑτῶν ψυχὰς παρὰ τῶν ἐχθρῶνLys.28.9:—in A.Supp.337 Robortello restored ὄνοιτο.
2. bid for, purchase the farming of public taxes or properties,λ́ ταλάντωνAnd.1.134, Lys.7.2 (in part. pf. Pass. with trans. sense); “τέλη παρὰ τῆς πόλεωςX.Vect.4.19, etc.; “. μέταλλαD.19.293; “τὸν ἐωνημένον τὴν ἰλὺν ἐκκομίσασθαιIG12.94.20, cf. “ὠνή11.
3. buy off, avert by giving hush-money,. τὸν κίνδυνονD.38.20; τὰ ἐγκλήματα ib.8; ταλάντου τὸ πλημμέλημα (i.e. its penalty) “παρά τινοςLuc.Herm.81.
4. . τινα to buy a person, of one who bribes, D.18.247; “ὠνεῖται καὶ διαφθείρει τινάςId.9.45, cf. Plu.Phil.15.
II. sts. used as Pass., dub. in pres. since [ὠνούμενά τε καὶ πιπρασκόμενα] is interpol. in Pl.Phd.69b; occasionally in pf., part. “ἐωνημένοςId.R. 563b, Is.11.42, D.19.209 (but indic. “ἐώνηνταιAnon. ap. Arist.Rh. 1410a19 is Act. in sense): plpf. “ἐώνητοAr.Pax1182 (troch.); also in aor. “ἐωνήθηνX.Mem.2.7.12, “ὠνηθῇId.Vect.4.19; part. “ὠνηθείςIs.6.19, Pl.Sph.224a, Lg.850a.
III. Act. pf. part. ἐωνηκώς, = ἐωνημένος, Lys.Fr.135S.: aor. ὠνῆσαι: ἀγοράσαι, Zonar.: pres. ὠνεῖν: πωλεῖν, ἀπολαύειν, Hsch.: the sense πωλεῖν is Cretan, ὠνῆν τὰ χρήματα they shall sell the property, Leg.Gort.5.47; αἰ δέ τις . . τὸ νόμισμα μὴ λείοι δέκετθαι καρπῶ ὠνίοι if any one refuses the currency or sells for produce, SIG525.8 (Crete, iii B. C.).
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