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διάκειμαι , 3sg. subj.
A.διάκηταιSapph.Supp.2.9; inf. -κεῖσθαι: fut. -κείσομαι: first in Hes.Sc.20:—serving as Pass. to “διατίθημι, δ. ὑπό τινοςX.HG4.1.33, cf.6.5.1; to be served at table, Philostr.VA2.28; of troops, to be stationed, POxy.1204.7(iii A.D.), etc.: but mostly,
II. to be in a certain state of mind, body, or circumstances, to be disposed or affected in a certain manner, Hdt.2.83, etc.: freq. with Adv., ὡς διάκειμαι what a state I am in! E.Tr.113 (lyr.); “ὁρᾶτε ὡς δ. ὑπὸ τῆς νόσουTh.7.77, etc.; “σχεδόν τι οὕτω διεκείμεθα, τοτὲ μὲν γελῶντες κτλ.Pl.Phd.59a; μοχθηρῶς, φαυλότατα δ., to be in a sorry plight, Id.Grg.504e, Erx.405d; “οὕτω δ. τὴν γνώμην ὡς . .Isoc.2.13; εὖ δ. τινί, to be well disposed towards him, Is.4.18; “πρός τινα κακῶς δ.Lys.16.2; “πρὸς τοὺς ἄρχονταςIsoc.3.10; φιλικῶς τινί, οἰκείως πρός τινα, X.An.2.5.27, 7.5.16: abs., to be well-disposed,πρός τιναPhilostr. VA1.7 (cf. “ἀπὸ τοῦ διακειμένου ἀκροασάμενοςId.VS2.10.1); ἐπιφθόνως δ. τινί to be envied by him, Th.1.75; ὑπόπτως τῷ πλήθει δ. to be suspected by the people, Id.8.68; ἐρωτικῶς δ. τῶν καλῶν to be in love with . ., Pl.Smp.216d; “ἀπλήστως δ. πρὸς ἡδονήνX.Cyr.4.1.14; λύμῃ δ., = λυμαίνεσθαι, Hdt.2.162; τὸ διακείμενον, of the intransitive Verb, opp. τὸ ποιοῦν, Arist.SE166b14.
2. of things, to be settled, fixed, or ordered,τώς οἱ διέκειτοHes. l.c.; τὰ διακείμενα conditions, terms,ἐπὶ διακειμένοισι μουνομαχῆσαιHdt.9.26; of a gift, ἄμεινον διακείσεται it will be better disposed of, X.An.7.3.17.
3. of property, etc., to be situated, PGiss.119.3 (v A.D.), etc.
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