to be seated, sit, Hom., etc.:— to sit still, sit idle, Il., etc.: of an army, to lie encamped, id=Il.:—of a spy, to lurk, id=Il.:— later, of places, to lie, be situated, Hdt.; ἡμένωιἐνχώρωι῀εἱαμενῇ, in a low, sunken place, Theocr.:—rarely c. acc., σέλμαἧσθαιto be seated on a bench, Aesch.; ἧσθαιΣιμόεντοςκοίταςEur.
Liddell and Scott. An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon. Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1889.
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