I.to lead by or past a place, c. acc. loci, Hdt.
2.as military term, to march the men up from the side, to bring them from column into line, Xen.
generally, to lead to
a thing, ἔς τι Eur.
; mostly of something bad, Theogn.
, etc.:—Pass. to be induced
, c. inf., παρηγμένος εἰργάσθαι τι Soph.
3.of things, to lead aside, alter the course of a thing, Hdt., Plat.
III.to bring and set beside
others, to bring forward, introduce
, ἐς μέσον Hdt.
; π. εἰς τὸ δικαστήριον to bring
a matter before
the court, Dem.
:—also to bring forward
as a witness, id=Dem.
2.to bring in, with a notion of secresy, Hdt.:—Pass. to come in stealthily, slip in, Soph.
B.intr. to pass by, pass on one's way, Xen.
2.to pass away, NTest.; so in Pass., id=NTest., Plut.