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ὄρνυ_μι, ὀρνύω , inf. ὀρνύμεναι), ipf. ὤρνυον, fut. ὄρσομεν, part. ὄρσουσα, aor. ὦρσα, iter. ὄρσασκε, aor. 2 ὤρορεν), perf. ὄρωρεν, subj. ὀρώρῃ, plup. ὀρώρει (see also ὄρομαι), ὠρώρει, mid. ὄρνυμαι, ὄρνυται, ipf. ὤρνυτο, fut. ὀρεῖται, aor. ὤρετο, ὦρτο, ὄροντο, subj. ὄρηται, opt. ὄροιτο, imp. ὄρσο, ὄρσεο, ὄρσεν, inf. ὄρθαι, part. ὄρμενος, perf. ὀρώρεται, subj. ὀρώρηται: I. trans. (act., exc. perf.), arouse, awake, excite; λα_ούς, αἶγας, νεβρὸν ἐξ εὐνῆς, Il. 15.475, ι 154, Il. 22.190; freq. of the mind, Il. 5.105, Od. 4.712; w. inf., Il. 12.142, Od. 23.222 ; γόον, φόβον, σθένος, Il. 2.451; so of things, ἄνεμον, κυ?ματα, etc.—II. intrans. (mid., and perf.), rouse oneself, arise, spring up, w. inf., Od. 2.397, part., Od. 8.342; in hostile sense, χαλκῷ, Il. 3.349; freq. of ‘beginning’ to do something, Il. 12.279, Od. 8.539 ; εἰσόκε μοι φίλα γούνατ᾽ ὀρώρῃ, ‘have strength to move.’
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