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ἐνδείκνυμι 1 2 mark, point out, Lat. indicare, Soph., etc. attic law-term, to inform against one, Plat.; so in Mid., Plut.:—in Pass., ἐνδεδειγμένος Plat.; ἐνδειχθέντα δεκάζειν being informed against for bribing, Dem.
II.Mid. to shew forth oneself or what is one's own, Πηλείδῃ ἐνδείξομαι I will declare myself to Achilles, Il.; ἐνδείκνυσθαι τὴν γνώμην Hdt.
2.with a part. to shew, give proof of doing, Eur., etc.
3.c. acc. rei, to display, exhibit, Lat. prae se ferre, Aesch., Thuc.
4.ἐνδείκνυσθαί τινι to display oneself to one, make a set at him, court him, Dem., Aeschin.

1 or -ύω

2 fut. -δείξω,

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