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ἐξαιρέω 1 2 3 4 5 6 take out of a thing, τί τινος Hom., etc.; ἔκ τινος Hdt., etc.:—simply to take out, νηδύν id=Hdt.:—Mid. to take out for oneself, Il.; ἐξ. τὰ φορτία to discharge their cargoes, Hdt. take from among others, to pick out, choose, Hom., etc.:—Mid. to choose for oneself, carry off as booty, id=Hom.:—Pass. to be given as a special honour, τινι to one, Thuc.; ἐξαραιρημένος Ποσειδέωνι dedicated to him, Hdt. take out of a number, to except, id=Hdt., attic expel people from their seats, Hdt., Thuc. take out, remove, Hdt., attic Mid. to bereave a person of life, c. dupl. acc., μιν ἐξείλετο θυμόν Il., attic; or c. gen. pers., μευ φρένας ἐξέλετο Il.; rarely c. dat. pers., id=Il.:—Mid. to take away from one, Soph.:—Pass., ἐξαιρεθέντες τὸν Δημοκήδεα having had him taken out of their hands, Hdt. Mid. to set free, deliver, Aesch., Dem. make away with, annul, Soph.: to demolish a city, Hdt., etc. bring to an end, accomplish, Eur.

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