in Causal sense; of Act., pres., imperf., fut.; of Mid., the aor1, and sometimes pres.:— to set down, place
; νῆα κατάστησον stop
it to land
; κ. δίφρον to station
it, before starting for the race, Soph.
:—Mid., [λαῖφος] κατεστήσαντο steadied
the sails, Hhymn.
3.to bring before a magistrate or king, Hdt.
II.of soldiers, to set in order, to set as guards, Xen.
2.to ordain, appoint, Hdt., etc.:—in aor1 mid. to appoint for oneself, establish, institute, Hdt., Aesch.
6.to make, continue, Aesch.; so in Mid., id=Aesch.
intr. in aor2, perf., and plup. of Act. (also in fut. καθεστήξω
), and in all tenses of Mid. (except aor. 1), and all of Pass.:— to be set, set oneself down, settle, arrive
, ἐς τόπον Hdt.
2.to be set as guard, Hdt., etc.: to be appointed, Eur., etc.
5.to be established
or instituted, to prevail, exist
, etc.: in perf. part., existing, established, prevailing
, τὸν νῦν κατεστεῶτα κόσμον id=Hdt.
; οἱ καθεστῶτες νόμοι Soph.
; τὰ καθεστῶτα the present state of life
; so, τὰ κατεστεῶτα
, existing laws, customs