I.to take care of, provide for, Hom.:— to receive hospitably, to entertain, Thuc.; more commonly in Mid., Hom.
of things, to mind, attend to, give heed to
, etc.; ἔξω κομίζειν πηλοῦ πόδα to keep
one's foot out of the mud, Aesch.
II.to carry away so as to preserve, carry home, carry safe away
, etc.; simply, to save, rescue
, τινὰ ἐκ θανάτου Pind.
; but, νεκρὸν κ. to carry out to burial
2.to carry off as a prize or as booty, Il., Pind.:—Mid. to get for oneself, receive in full, acquire, gain, Soph., etc.
3.to carry, convey, bear
, etc.:—Pass. to be conveyed, to journey, travel
; εἴσω κομίζου get thee
; so in fut. and aor1 mid., κομιεύμεθα ἐς Σίριν Hdt.
4.to bring to
a place, bring hither, bring in
, καρπὸν κ. to gather in
, etc.:—so in Mid., id=Hdt.
; and perf. pass. in mid. sense, τοὺς καρποὺς κεκόμισθε
you have reaped
the fruits, Dem.
5.to conduct, escort
, etc.; κ. ναῦς Thuc.
6.to get back, recover
, etc.:—Mid. to get back for oneself, recover
; κομίζεσθαι χρήματα to recover
a debt, Dem.
:—Pass. to come
or go back, return