I.to bring together, gather together, collect, convene, Hom., Hdt., attic
in hostile sense, to join
the battle-strife, Il.
:—also like συμβάλλω
, to match
two warriors one against the other
:—hence intr., ς. εἰς μέσσον to engage
in fight, Theocr.
3.to bring together, join in one, unite
( i.e., h. Merc.), Aesch.
;— ς. γάμους to contract
a marriage, Xen.
4.to receive into one's house, NTest.
II.to gather together stores, crops, etc., Xen., etc.
III.to draw together, so as to make the extremities meet, Hdt., Thuc.: also to draw together, narrow, contract, Hdt.
the brows, Ar.
; ς. τὰ ὦτα to prick
the ears, of dogs, Xen.
from premises, i. e. to conclude, infer
, Lat. colligere