I.to carry out of
a place, c. gen., or ἐκ τόπου
2.to carry out
a corpse for burial, Lat. efferre
3.to carry off as prize or reward, id=Il.: so in Mid., Hdt., attic
4.to carry out of the sea, to throw ashore, Hdt., Eur.:—Pass., with fut. mid., to come to land, be cast ashore, Hdt.
II.to bring forth,
1.of women, of the earth, to bring forth, produce, id=Hdt.
2.to bring about, accomplish, Il.
3.to bring out, publish
: ἐκφ. χρηστήριον to deliver
an oracle, Hdt.
:—of public measures, to bring forward
, ἐκφ. ἐς τὸν δῆμον id=Hdt.
generally to disclose, tell, betray
:—Mid., ἐκφέρεσθαι γνώμην to declare one's
5.to put forth, exert
, δύνασιν Eur.
; and in Mid., Soph.
7.to bear the marks of a thing, Eur.
III.Pass. to be carried beyond bounds, be carried away, Soph., Thuc., etc.
IV.to carry to a certain point, Soph., Plat.
intr. (sub. ἑαυτόν
) to shoot forth
(before the rest), Il.
: to run away
2.to come to fulfilment, come to an end, Soph.