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ἧμαι, ἧς (αι), ἧσται, ἥμεθα, ἧσθε, ἕαται and εἵαται, imp. ἧσο, inf. ἧσθαι, part. ἥμενος, ipf. ἥμην, ἧστο, ἥσθην, ἥμεθα, ἧντο and ἕατο and εἵατο: sit; often w. a part. to denote some condition of mind or body, ἧστο ὀδυ_ρόμενος, θαυμάζων, ὀλιγηπελέων, etc.; and, in general, the verb may denote a settled condition of any sort, ‘stay,’ ‘keep,’ ἑκὰς ἥμεθα πατρίδος αἴης, Il. 15.740, Il. 24.542; σι_γῇ, ἀκέουσα, σιωπῇ ἧσο, Il. 4.412.
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