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ἵκω [v. sub fin.], chiefly Ep., Lyr., and Dor., never in Hdt. or Trag. (in A.Supp.176 Pors. restored ἥκετε); cf. ἱκάνω, ἱκνέομαι; Dor., Arc. ἵκω IG4.329 (Corinth), 952.16(Epid.), Schwyzer323C37 (Delph.), IG5(2).3.12(Tegea), written εἵκω in Epich.35.13 codd., but ἵκει correctly in Ar.Lys.87; 3pl. ἵκαντι,= ἥκουσιν, Hsch. (cf. παρίκω): impf.
2. of things, Φρυγίην . . κτήματα περνάμεν᾽ ἵκει come or are brought to . . , Il.18.292; also “ὁπότε χρόνος ἷξε δικασπόλοςMaiist.52.
4. of sufferings, feelings, etc., ὅτε κέν τινα . . χόλος ἵκοι come upon him, Il. 9.525; “τοι πινυτὴ φρένας ἵκειOd.20.228; “χρειὼ ἵκει τινά2.28, 5.189: abs., “χρειὼ τόσον ἵκειIl.10.142. [In ἵκω, ι_ always; in ἱκάνω, and the unaugmented moods of ἱκόμην, ι^ always.—ἵκοντ᾽ is prob. for ἵκοντο [ι^] in Pi.P.2.36.] (Prob. cogn. with ἥκω.)
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