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πάσχω , fut. πείσομαι, aor. 2 ἔπαθον, πάθον, inf. παθέειν, perf. πέπονθα, 2 pl. πέποσθε, part. fem. πεπαθυι<*>῀α, plup. ἐπεπόνθει: the verb of passivity, meaning to be affected in any way, in Homer regularly in a bad sense, suffer, κακόν, κακά, πήματα, ἄλγεα θυ_μῷ, so κακῶς, ‘be maltreated,’ Od. 16.275 ; μή τι πάθω, ‘lest anything should happen to me’ (euphem. for μὴ θάνω); τί παθών, ‘by what mischance’; οὐλὴν ττι πάθοι, ‘how he came by it,’ Od. 19.464 ; τί πάθω; ‘what am I to do?’ Il. 11.404, Od. 5.465; the same in participle, Il. 11.313; cf. Od. 24.106.
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