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δα^μάζω (act. “ἐδάμα^σας, δάμασσας, δάμα^σε”(“ν”), “ἐδάμασσε; δαμάσσαις”: med. aor. “ἐδαμάσσατο”: pass. “δαμαζομέναν”: aor. “δαμασθέντες, δαμασθέν”; (from “δάμναμι”) “δμᾶθεν; δα^μείς, -έντα, -έντες, δα^μεῖσα”)
1.conquer, master, overcome
b. in special usages.
IV. subdue, repress cf. “δαμασίφρων ἥβαν γὰρ οὐκ ἄπειρον ὑπὸ χειᾷ καλῶν δάμασεν” (sc. “Κλέανδρος”: loc. susp., v. “χειά”: others translate “ἥβαν” as young men and “δάμασεν” as overcame) I. 8.70
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