I.to learn, and in perf., to know; c. gen. pers. to learn from one, Od.; c. gen. rei, to hear tidings of a thing, Il. From δέδαα again is formed a pres. mid. inf. δεδάασθαι, to search out, c. acc., Od.—The pres. in this sense is διδάσκομαι.
II.Causal, in redupl. aor. 2 δέδαον, c. dupl. acc. to teach a person a thing, Od.; c. inf. to teach one to do a thing, id=Od.—The pres. in this sense is διδάσκω.
Liddell and Scott. An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon. Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1889.
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