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κάμνω , fut. καμεῖται, aor. 2. ἔκαμον, κάμε, subj. κάμῃσι, perf. κέκμηκα, part. κεκμηώς, -ηῶτα, -ηότας, mid. aor. ἐκάμοντο, καμόμεσθα: I. intr., grow weary, frequently w. acc. of specification, γυῖα, ὦμον, χεῖρα, also w. thing as subj., πόδες, ὄσσε, Od. 12.232; w. part., Il. 4.244, Il. 7.5; euphem., καμόντες, the dead, those who have finished their toil, Od. 11.476.— II. trans. (aor. act.), wrought with toil, μίτρη, τὴν χαλκῆες κάμον ἄνδρες, Il. 4.187; also with τεύχων; aor. mid., ‘won by toil,’ Il. 18.341; ‘worked up for oneself,’ ‘tilled,’ Od. 9.130.
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