Causal in pres., imperf. to make to stand up, raise up
, χειρός by
his hand. Il.
:— to raise from sleep, wake up
: metaph., ἀν. νόσον Soph.
:— to raise from the dead
; from misery, Soph.
of things, to set up, build
, etc.; so, ἀν. τινὰ χαλκοῦν to set up
a bronze statue of him, Plut.
;—aor1 mid., ἀναστήσασθαι πόλιν to build oneself
a city, Hdt.
3.to build up again, restore, Eur., Dem.
4.to put up for sale, Hdt.
II.to rouse to action, stir up
:— to rouse to arms, raise
; ἀν. πόλεμον ἐπί τινα Plut.
III.to make people rise, break up an assembly, Il., Xen.
2.to make people rise from their home, make them emigrate, transplant, Od., Hdt., etc.
3.to make suppliants rise and leave sanctuary, Hdt., Thuc.
4.of sportsmen, to put up game, spring it, Xen.
Intr. in pres. and imperf. ἀνίσταμαι, -μην
, in fut. ἀναστήσομαι
, in aor2 ἀνέστην
, perf. ἀνέστηκα
, attic plup. ἀνεστήκη
; also in aor1 pass. ἀνεστάθην [α]
:— to stand up, rise
, to speak, Hom.
, etc.:— to rise from one's seat
as a mark of respect, Lat. assurgere
:— to rise from bed
, etc.:— to rise from the dead
:— to rise from
an illness, recover
as a champion, Il.
: c. dat. to stand up
to fight against, τινι Il.
; πᾶσιν ὃς ἀνέστη θεοῖς Aesch.
3.of buiildings and statues, to be set up, to rise up, rear itself, Eur., Plut., etc.
4.of a river, to rise, Plut.
II.to rise to go, set out, go away, Eur., Thuc., etc.
2.to be compelled to migrate
; of a country, to be depopulated
; οὐκέτι ἀνισταμένη
no longer subject to migration
3.of a law-court, to rise, Dem.
4.of game, to be put up, Xen.