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καταρτ-ύω ,
A.prepare, dress, of food, Luc.Hist.Conscr.44; “τὴν ξεινίηνHp.Ep.12:—Pass., τὰ -τυμένα τω-ν ἐδεσμάτων restored in Dsc.
3. equip, “λέμβος . . ἐρέταις κατηρτυμένοςAlciphr.1.8.
II. intr. in pf. part., κατηρτυ_κώς thoroughly furnished, full-grown, used of horses which have lost their foal's-teeth, Hsch., cf.E.Fr.41, AB105 (so in pres. “οἱ καταρτύοντες τῶν ἵππωνPhilostr.VA7.23); “κάμηλος τῷ σώματι κατηρτυκώςBGU13.5 (iii A.D.); also of men, “τὸ κατηρτυκέναιPhilostr.VA 5.33: metaph., κατηρτυκὼς . . ἱκέτης προσῆλθες a perfected suppliant, one who has done all that is required, or one that is broken in like a horse tamed, A.Eu.473: c. gen., ἀμβλύς εἰμι καὶ κατηρτυκὼς κακῶν tamed, broken in spirit by them, E.Fr.821.5. [υ_, exc. in Sol. l. c.]
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (8):
    • Aeschylus, Eumenides, 473
    • Plato, Laws, 808d
    • Plato, Meno, 88b
    • Sophocles, Antigone, 478
    • Sophocles, Oedipus at Colonus, 71
    • Lucian, Quomodo historia conscribenda sit, 44
    • Philostratus the Athenian, Life of Apollonius of Tyana, 5.33
    • Philostratus the Athenian, Life of Apollonius of Tyana, 7.23
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