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ἐμβαίνω 1 2 3 4 5 6 ἐν step in, μή τις ἐμβήῃ let none step in (to interfere), Il. go on, go quickly, ἔμβητον, says Antilochus to his horses, id=Il.; ἔμβα advance, Eur. step into a ship, embark, go on board, Hom., etc.:—perf. to be mounted on, ἐμβεβαὼς ἵπποισι Il.; also c. acc., Ἴλιον ἐμβεβώς Eur. step upon, c. dat., Od., Aesch. enter upon, εἰς κίνδυνον Xen.; c. acc., ἐμβ. κέλευθον Eur., Plat.
6.rarely c. gen. to step upon, γῆς ὅρων Soph. Poets, with acc. of the instrument of motion (cf. βαίνω II. 3), ἐμβήσει (2nd sg.) πόδα Eur.
II.Causal in aor1 ἐνέβησα, to make to step in, put in, Od., Eur.; ἐμβῆσαί τινα εἰς φροντίδα to make him anxious, Hdt.

1 fut. -βήσομαι

2 perf. -βέβηκα

3 Homeric part. -βεβαώς

4 aor2 ἐνέβην

5 epic 3rd sg. ἔμβη

6 dual ἔμβητον

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