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κατ-α^νύω , Att. καθ- (q.v.) (κατ-ύτω [υ^] X.Cyr.8.6.17):—Pass. (v. infr. 11):—
A.bring to an end; esp.
2. intr., arrive at a place, “νηῒ κατανύσας ἐς ΑῆμνονHdt.6.140, cf. X.HG5.4.20: c. gen., φίλης γὰρ προξένου (sc. ἐς οἶκον κατήνυσαν they have come to a kind hostess's, S.El.1451: metaph., πρὶν σᾶν . . κατανύσαι φρενῶν before thou arrivest at thy purpose, E. Hipp.365 (s. v.l., lyr.).
II. accomplish, perpetrate, “τάδεId.El.1163 (lyr.); αἷμα γενέθλιον κ. Id.Or.89:—Med., πολλὰ τῇ πατρίδι κ. IPE 12.40.10 (Olbia, ii/iii A.D.):—Pass., to be fulfilled, “τὸ τέρας αὐτῷ εἰς τὴν ὑπατικὴν ἀρχὴν κατηνύσθηDam.Isid.64.
IV. slay, Sch.E.Ph.1062.
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