A.trans. to hold up one's hands in fight, Od.; also in token of defeat, Theocr.:— to lift up the hands in prayer, Il., etc.
3.to lift up, exalt
, τινά Pind.
metaph. to uphold, maintain
; ἀνέχων λέκτρα remaining constant to
the bed, Eur.
; so, ἀν. κισσόν Soph.
intr. to rise up, rise, emerge
from water, Od.
:—esp. in form ἀνίσχω
, of the sun, Hdt.
2.of events, to arise, happen, Hdt.
3.to appear, shew oneself, Soph.
4.to project, Il.; of a headland, to jut out, Hdt., Thuc.
5.to hold on, keep doing
, c. part., Thuc.
; στέρξας ἀνέχει is constant
in his love, Soph.
; c. acc. et inf. to aver constantly that . .
6.to hold up, cease, Theogn.:—generally, to wait, delay, Thuc.
7.c. gen. to cease from suffering, get rest from pain, Soph.
II.to hold oneself up, bear up, hold out
; aor2 imperat. ἀνάσχεο
, epic ἄνσχεο
, be of good courage
:—in part., ἀνεχόμενοι with patience
2.c. acc. to bear up against, Il., Hdt., attic:— so, c. gen., Od., Plat.
4.c. inf. to suffer, Aesch.