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φαντάζω , (φαίνω)
A.make visible, present to the eye or mind, τι Alex.Aphr.Pr.2.18, Hsch.: but, φ. τὴν αἴσθησιν, deceive, Callistr. Stat.14:—Med., with aor. Pass., place before one's mind, picture an object to oneself, imagine, τι Longin.15.2, 8, M.Ant.10.28, Porph. Sent.33, Iamb.Myst.3.20, Chor.p.16 B.; “χωρίονId.Milt.29 F.-R.; “κύνα ἐν ὕδατιHp.Ep. 19 (Hermes 43.68); “περί τῆς φύσεωςHim.Or.14.24; fancy, imagine, ὅτι . . Arr.Epict.1.5.6; “ὄναρ ἐφαντάσθηνHp.Ep.15; τοῖς μηδὲ φαντασθεῖσιν ὡς καλόν . . Plot.1.6.4; c. acc. et. inf., Polem. Phgn.36, Iamb.Myst.2.10.
b. to be terrified by visions or phantasms, PMag.Lond.121.888.
2. make a show, Hdt.7.10. ε᾽.
3. φαντάζεσθαί τινι make oneself like someone, take his form,φανταζόμενος . . γυναικίA.Ag.1500 (anap.).
4. appear so and so, to be imagined, Pl.Hp.Ma.300c; “ἡδοναὶ φαντασθεῖσαιId.Phlb.51a; “τῷ νοηθῆναι φαντασθῆναι An.433b12.
5. com. for συκοφαντεῖσθαι, to be informed against, Ar.Ach.823 (Megar. φαντάδδομαι).
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