or carry up
, etc.; ἀν. τινὰ εἰς Ὄλυμπον Xen.
:— to carry up the country
, esp. into Central Asia, Hdt.
:—Mid. to carry up
to a place of safety, take with one
2.to bring up, pour forth
, tears, Aesch.
, absol. to fetch up a deep-drawn breath, heave a deep sigh
:—c. acc. rei, to utter
, ἀνενείκατο φωνάν, μῦθον Theocr.
4.to offer, contribute
, εἰς τὸ κοινόν Dem.
:— to offer
in sacrifice, NTest.
5.intr. to lead up, of a road, Xen.
or carry back
, etc.; ἀν. τὰς κώπας to recover
the oars, at the end of the stroke, Thuc.
2.to bring back tidings, report, Hdt., etc.
3.to bring back from exile, Thuc.
4.to carry back, trace up one's family to an ancestor, Plat.
a matter to another, Hdt.
, etc.: to ascribe
, etc.:—without acc., ἀν. εἴς τινα to appeal
to another, make reference
to him, Hdt.
:—of things, ἀν. εἴς τι to have reference to
a thing, Plat.
6.to bring back, restore, recover, Thuc.:—Pass. to recover oneself, come to oneself, Hdt.:—so also intr. in Act. to come to oneself, recover, id=Plat., etc.
7.to return, yield, as revenue, Xen.
8.to recall a likeness, Plut.