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πόρω πόρω assumed as pres. to the aor2 ἔπορον and perfect πέπρωται. furnish, offer, present, give, Hom., Hes.; εὖχος π. to fulfil a wish, Od.; ὅρκον π. to offer to take an oath, Aesch.:—c. inf. to grant that . . , πόρε κούρηισιν ἕπεσθαι τιμάς (for ὥστε ἕπεσθαι) Il.; σοὶ θεοὶ πόροιεν, ὡς ( = οἷα) ἐγὼ θέλω Soph.
II.perf. only in 3rd sg. πέπρωται, plup. πέπρωτο, it has or had been (is or was) fated, foredoomed, c. acc. pers. et inf., ἄμφω πέπρωται γαῖαν ἐρεῦσαι it is fated that both should redden earth, Il.; τί γὰρ πέπρωται Ζηνὶ πλὴν ἀεὶ κρατεῖν; Aesch.; so, πεπρωμένον ἔστι πέπρωται, id=Aesch., Xen.
2.part. as adj., πεπρωμένος, η, ον, allotted, fated to one, Il.; of persons, destined to a thing, αἴσηι id=Il.:—absol. destined, Pind.; πεπρ. βίος one's natural life (as in Lat. mors fatalis is a natural death), id=Pind.; so in Trag. and Xen.: πεπρωμένη (sc. μοῖρα), an appointed lot, fate, destiny, Hdt., Trag.

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