with acc. to sing, laud, sing of
, Lat. canere
, c. acc., Hes.
:—also in Prose, to celebrate, commemorate
;—c. dupl. acc., ἃ τὴν πόλιν ὕμνησα
the points wherein I praised
our city, Thuc.
:—Pass. to be sung of
, Ἀργεῖοι ὑμνέαται
(ionic for -ηνται
) have been praised
; ὑμνηθήσεται πόλις Eur.
; αἱ ὑμνούμεναι φιλίαι the famous
2.c. acc. cogn. to sing, Aesch., Eur.
II.to tell over and over and over again, to repeat, recite, rehearse
, Lat. decantare
; ὑμνήσεις κακά wilt sing continually
of thy ills, Soph.
; τὰν ἐμὰν ὑμνεῦσαι
(ionic for -οῦσαι
) ἀπιστοσύναν ever singing of
my want of faith, Eur.
:—Pass., βαί᾽, ἀεὶ δ᾽ ὑμνούμενα
few words, but such as oft repeated
III.intr. to sing, chant, Thuc., Xen.