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βλέπω see, have the power of sight, Soph.; μὴ βλέπηι μάντις lest he see too clearly, id=Soph. look, εἴς τινα or τι, Aesch., etc.; πῶς βλέπων; with what face? Soph.;—with an adv., ἐχθρῶς βλ. πρός τινα Xen.:—foll. by a noun, φόβον βλ. to look terror, i. e. to look terrible, Aesch.; ἔβλεψε νᾶπυ looked mustard, Ar.; πυρρίχην βλέπων looking like a war-dancer, id=Ar.; πεφροντικὸς βλέπειν to look thoughtful, Eur. look to some one from whom help is expected, Soph.; εἴς τινα id=Soph., etc.:— of places, οἰκία πρὸς μεσημβρίαν βλέπουσα looking towards the south, Xen. look longingly, expect eagerly, c. inf., Ar. look to, ἑαυτούς NTest.; also, βλ. ἀπό τινος to beware of . . , id=NTest.; βλ. ἵνα .. to see that . . , id=NTest.
III.trans. to see, behold, c. acc., Trag.: βλ. φάος, φῶς ἡλίου to see the light of day, to live, Aesch., Eur.; and, without φάος, to be alive, live, Aesch., etc.; of things, βλέποντα actually existing, id=Aesch.

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