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εἰσάγω 1 2 lead in or into, to introduce, c. dupl. acc., αὐτοὺς εἰσῆγον δόμον Od.; also, εἰσάγειν τινὰ ἐς . . , Hdt.; or c. dat., τινὰ δόμοις Eur.:—Mid. to admit forces into a city, Thuc.: also to introduce into a league, Hdt.
2.ἐσάγειν or ἐσάγεσθαι γυναῖκα to lead a wife into one's house, ducere uxorem, id=Hdt. import foreign wares, id=Hdt., attic; so in Mid., Hdt., etc.
4.ἰατρὸν εἰσάγειν τινί to call in a physician, Xen. introduce new customs, Hdt., Eur. bring in, bring forward, esp. on the stage, Ar., Plat.
2.εἰσάγειν τι ἐς τὴν βουλήν to bring before the Council, Xen. law-term, εἰσάγειν δίκην or γραφήν to bring a cause into court, Lat. litem intendere, Aesch., Dem.: εἰς. τινά to bring into court, prosecute, Plat.

1 fut. ξω

2 perf. -αγήοχα

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