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καταδι^κ-άζω ,
A.give judgement or sentence against a person, condemn, opp. ἀποδικάζω:—Constr.: c. gen. pers. et acc. rei, “κ. τινὸς θάνατονHdt.1.45; τὴν διπλασίαν (sc. ζημίαν) Lexap.D.24.105; “πολλὴν μοχθηρίανJ.Ap.1.24; “πολλὴν τὴν ἀπόγνωσινLuc.Merc.Cond.11: c. gen. pers. et inf., “κ. σεαυτοῦ τὰ ἔσχατα παθεῖνX.Cyr.3.1.9, cf. An. 6.6.15: c. gen. pers. only, Luc.DMort.29.2: abs., Pl.Lg.958c; “τᾶν ψάφων ταὶ -δικάζουσαιSIG953.83 (Calymna, ii B. C.):—Med., get sentence given against a person, “δίκην καταδικάσασθαί τινοςTh.5.49, D.21.176; κ. τινός, without acc., Lys.23.14, D.47.18; κ. τινὸς Χρημάτων get a person condemned [to a payment] of money, Paus.6.3.7: abs., Pl. Lg.857a, PHal.1.65 (iii B. C.), etc.:—Pass., καταδικασθείς condemned, Pl.Lg.958c; “ὑπὸ ἐχθρῶνPhld.Ir.p.51 W.; ἐπὶ φόνῳ for murder, D.S. 4.76; “ἐπὶ κακουργίαId.3.12; later καταδικασθῆναι θανάτῳ to be condemned to death, Id.13.101, etc.; “θάνατονD.C.68.1; “τὴν ἐπὶ θανάτῳArtem.4.60; “φυγήνApp.Ital.3; “εἰς ἀλαβαστρῶναSammelb.4639.2 (iii A.D.); εἰς δοῦλον, εἰς νῆσον, Artem.4.65, 5.21: c. inf., “καταδικάζεται ἀποθανεῖνLuc.VH1.29; of the sentence, ἀντέλεγον μὴ δικαίως σφῶν καταδεδικάσθαι that judgement had been given against them unjustly, Th.5.49; later “-δικασθείσης αὐτοῦ δίκηςPHal.1.44 (iii B.C.), cf. PLille29.6 (iii B.C.); of fines imposed, “τὰ -θέντα ἐκπραξέωIG22.1126.5 (Amphict. Delph.).
II. Med., have judgement given in one's favour, Is.4.9, 10.24.
III. declare by express judgement, “ὅτι . . X.An.5.8.21.
IV. Pass., to be bound by a law, Men.Prot.p.39 D.
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