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δάμνημι, δαμνάω , ipf. (δάμνα_, fut. δαμᾷ, δαμάα?, δαμόωσι, aor. ἐδάμαςσα, pass. δάμναμαι, 2 sing. δαμνᾷ, pass. aor. 1 ἐδμήθην, imp. δμηθήτω, part. δμηθείς, also ἐδαμάσθην, δαμνάσθη, aor. 2 ἐδάμην, δάμη, 3 pl. δάμεν, subj. δαμείω, δαμήῃς, -ήῃ, -ήετε, opt. δαμείη, 3 pl. -εῖεν, inf. -ῆναι, -ήμεναι, part. -είς, perf. δεδμήμεσθα, part. δεδμημένος, plup. δεδμήμην, δέδμητο, δέδμηντο, δεδμήατο, mid. aor. (δαμασσάμην, subj. δαμάσσεται, etc.: tame, subdue, mid., for oneself; of taming, ‘breaking’ animals, Il. 17.77, Od. 4.637 (cf. ἱπποδάμος); subjecting as a wife, Il. 18.432, Il. 3.301 (cf. δάμαρ); and, generally, of ‘reducing to subjection,’ ‘overcoming,’ in war or otherwise, ‘laying low’ in battle; of things as well as of persons, τὸν δ᾽ οὐ βέλος ὠκὺ δάμασσεν, Il. 5.106, 391; met., ἔρος θυ_μόν, Il. 14.316, etc.; pass. freq. in all the above relations.
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