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χορεύω χορός dance a round or choral dance, Soph., etc.; esp. of the Bacchic chorus, Eur.:— to take part in the chorus, regarded as a matter of religion, Soph.: to be one of a chorus, Ar.: —c. dat. pers. to dance to him, in his honour, Eur.
2.generally, to dance, esp. from joy, Soph., Eur.
3.metaph. to practise a thing, be versed in it, Plat.
II.c. acc. cogn., φροίμιον χορεύσομαι I will dance a prelude (to festivities), Aesch.; χ. γάμους to celebrate them, Eur.; ὄργια Μουσῶν Ar.:—Mid., χορεύεσθαι δίνας to ply the eddying dance, Eur.:—Pass., κεχόρευται ἡμῖν (sings the Chorus) our part is played, Ar.
2.trans. to celebrate in choral dance, Ἴακχον Soph.:—Pass. to be celebrated in choral dance, id=Ar.
III.Causal, to set one a dancing, to rouse, wake to the dance, τινά Eur.; so, πόδα χορεύειν Anth.

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