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θεραπεύω θεράπων be an attendant, do service, Od. do service to the gods, Lat. colere deos, Hes., Hdt., attic:— to do service or honour to one's parents or masters, Eur., Plat. serve, court, pay court to, τινά Hdt., Ar., etc.; and in bad sense, to flatter, wheedle, Thuc.: to conciliate, id=Thuc.; τὸ θεραπεῦον οἱ θεραπεύοντες, id=Thuc.
4.of things, to consult, attend to, Lat. inservire, id=Thuc.; ἡδονὴν θερ. to indulge one's love of pleasure, Xen.; τὰς θύρας τινὸς θερ. to wait at a great man's door, id=Xen. take care of, provide for men, of the gods, id=Xen.
2.of things, to attend to, provide for, Soph., Thuc., etc.
3.θερ. τὸ σῶμα to take care of one's person, Lat. cutem curare, Plat. treat medically, to heal, cure, Thuc., Xen.
5.θ. ἡμέρην to observe a day, keep it as a feast, Hdt.; θ. τὰ ἱερά = Lat. sacra procurare, Thuc.
6.of land, to cultivate, Xen.; δένδρον θερ. to train a tree, Hdt.

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