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νεύω nod or beckon, as a sign, Hom.: c. inf. to beckon to one to do a thing, in token of command, Hom., Eur. nod or bow in token of assent, Hom., Soph.:—c. acc. et inf. to promise that, Il.:—c. acc. rei, to grant, promise, Soph., Eur.
3.generally, to bow the head, bend forward, of warriors charging, Il.; of ears of corn, Hes.; ν. κάτω to stoop, Eur.:—c. acc. cogn., ν. κεφαλήν Od. incline in any way, ν. εἴς τι to incline towards, Thuc.:—of countries, like Lat. vergere, to slope, ν. εἰς δύσιν Polyb.

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