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μείγνυμι or μίγνυμι , μ<ε>ίγνυσι Pl.Lg.691e; imper. μ<ε>ίγνυ Id.Phlb.63e:—also μ<ε>ιγνύω, Damox.2.60, Arist.HA627a23, Thphr. Lap.53, etc.: impf. ἐμ<ε>ίγνυν, pl. ἐμ<ε>ίγνυσαν συν-) X.Cyr.8.1.46; poet. μ<ε>ίγνυον Pi.N.4.21: fut. μ<ε>ίξω Od.22.221 (μετα-), S.OC 1047 (lyr.), Pl.Phlb.64b: aor. ἔμ<ε>ιξα Archil.86, Pi.I.7(6).25, etc.; inf. μ<ε>ῖξαι Il.15.510: pf. μέμι^χα συμ-) Plb.16.10.1, 38.13.5: plpf. ἐμεμίχειν [ι^] συν-) D.C.47.45:—Med. and Pass., μ<ε>ίγνυμαι Pl. Phd.113c: impf. ἐμ<ε>ίγνυντο ἐπ-) Th.2.1: fut. μ<ε>ίξομαι Od.6.136, 24.314, μεμ<ε>ίξομαι Hes.Op.179, μ<ε>ιχθήσομαι Aeschin.1.166 (ἀνα-), Palaeph.13; also
A.μι^γήσομαιIl.10.365: aor. 1 ἐμίχθη ib.457, ἐμ<ε>ίχθην A.Supp.295, Hdt.2.181, Ph.Bel.70.5, etc.; inf. “μιχθήμεναιIl. 11.438; but in Hom. and Att. more commonly aor. 2 ἐμίγην [ι^]; Ep. “μίγηνIl.21.143; inf. “μιγήμεναι15.409, “μιγῆνParm.12.5; both forms in Trag., μ<ε>ιχθῆναι A.l.c., al. (v. infr.), “μιγῆναιId.Pr.738: Ep. aor. Pass. “ἔμικτοOd.1.433, “μίκτοIl.11.354, 16.813, A.R.3.1223; part. μίγμενος in trans. sense, Nic. Al.574: aor. Med. ἐμ<ε>ιξάμην Thphr. CP3.22.3: pf. “μέμιγμαιIl.10.424, etc.; 3pl. ἀνα-μεμ<ε>ίχαται Hdt.1.146: plpf. “ἐμέμικτοIl.4.438.—For the pres. and impf. Hom. and Hdt. always use μίσγω, which occurs once in Trag., S.Fr.271 (anap.), never in Com., sts. in Att. Prose, Th.6.104 (προς-), Thphr.Sens.43; part. “μίσγωνPl.Ti.41d; also impf. “ἔμισγονTh.3.22 (προς-), Pl.Ti. l.c.; also in later Prose, Plb.9.8.9 (προς-), 18.32.2, 31.17.5 (συμ-), PTeb.12.7, 18, 26.3 (συμ-, ii B. C.), etc.: Ep. impf. “ἐμισγέσκοντοOd. 20.7. (In codd. usu. μι- in all tenses and derivs.; in Inscrr. and Pap. freq. μει- , e.g. “μειγνύςPhld.Mus.p.13 K., “μειγνύμενοςLimen.14 (128/7 B.C.), “ὀν-εμείχνυτοSapph.Supp.20c.2 ( = pp.21,78 Lobel, ὀνεμίγνυτο ib.20b.4): fut. inf. συν-μείσχι[ν] IG12.920 (vi B. C.): aor. “συνέμειξαPPetr.2p.64 (iii B. C.); inf. “συμ-μεῖξαιPEleph.29.11 (iii B. C.): pf. Pass. “μέμειγμαιPhld.Vit.p.34 J.: aor. Pass. “ἐμείχθηνA.Fr.99.5 (Pap. of ii B. C.), E.Antiop.iv B 45 (Pap. of iii B. C.), Phld.Po.2.12; similarly “μεῖξιςId.Mus.p.65 K.; σύμ-μεικτος freq. in Att. Inscrr., IG 22.1388.63 (iv B. C.), al.; “μεικτόςPCair.Zen.292.25, al. (iii B. C.): μι- is found in “συνανα-μιγνύμεναPhld.D.3.9, “μιγνύωσιId.Ir.p.41 K.: aor. inf. “συμ-μῖξαιSIG568.6 (Halasarna, late iii B. C.): pf. part. Pass. μεμιγμένος Wilcken Chr.198.12 (iii B. C.): aor. part. Pass. “μιχθείςPae.Erythr.5 (iv B. C. and ii A. D., v. l. μει- ii A. D.); similarly “σύμ-μικτοςAJA31.350 (vase, v B. C.); the oldest forms were prob. μίσγω μείξω ἔμειξα μέμιγμαι ἐμίχθηνμίκτομεῖγμα μίξις μικτός (cf. the forms of τεύχω, φεύγω, etc.); the μει- forms already in v B. C. had encroached, and after 150 B.C. were freq. written μι- (i. e. μι_-)):—mix, strictly of liquids, “οἶνον ἐνὶ κρητῆρσι καὶ ὕδωρOd.1.110, etc.; also of a solid and liquid, “θρόμβῳ δ᾽ ἔμ<ε>ιξεν αἵματος φίλον γάλαA.Ch.546; of two solids, “ἅλεσσι μεμιγμένον εἶδαρOd.11.123; also “μ. ἐκ γῆς καὶ πυρόςPl.Prt. 320d; “μ<ε>ιγνὺς [ταῦτα] μετὰ τῆς οὐσιαςId.Ti.35b:—Med. for Act., AP7.44 (Ion), Nic.Th.603:—Pass., v. infr. B.
II. generally, join, bring together, in various ways:
2. bring into connexion with, make acquainted with, “ἄνδρας . . μισγέμεναι κακότητι καὶ ἄλγεσιOd.20.203; Καδμεῖοί νιν . . ἄνθεσι μ<ε>ίγνυον covered him with flowers, Pi.N.4.21; reversely, πότμον . . Ἄρης ἔμ<ε>ιξεν upon whom A. brought death, Id.l.7(6).25.
3. in hostile sense, mix in fight, Il.4.456, cf. Od.5.317; ἐν δαΐ, ἐν παλάμῃσι μ., Il.13.286, 21.469.
4. in Hom. and Hes. most freq. of the sexes, have intercourse with, both of the man and the woman, sts. abs., Il.9.275, etc.: more freq. μιγῆναί τινι, of the man, 21.143, etc.; of the woman, Od.1.73; “ἄρσενι θῆλυ μιγῆνParm.12.5, cf. Pi.P.3.14, al.; but in Trag. only of the man, as μητρὶ μ<ε>ιχθῆναι, μιγῆναι, S.OT791, 995; but in Com. “μ<ε>ιγνυμένας τοῖσιν ἀδελφοῖςAr.Ra.1081 (anap.): in Prose pres. μίσγεσθαι in this sense, of the man, Hdt.2.64, etc.; of the woman, Id.1.5, 199, Od.22.445; in full, φιλότητί τινι μιγῆναι, of the man, Il.6.165; of the woman, ib.161, Hes.Th.927, 970, etc.; ἐμισγέσθην φ., of the two, Il.14.295; ἐν φιλότητι μίσγεσθαι (with or without τινι), of the man, 2.232, 24.131; of the woman, h.Hom.33.5; Διὸς φιλότητι μιγῆναι, Διὸς ἐν φ. μ., of the woman, Hes.Th.920, h.Merc.4; σῇ φ. μ., of the man, h.Ven.150; εὐνῇ μ., of the man, Od. 1.433; φιλότητι καὶ εὐνῇ, of the man, Il.3.445, cf. Od.15.420; of the woman, 5.126; but “ἐν ἀγκοίνῃσι Διός11.268: c. acc. cogn., “φιλότης . . , ἣν ἐμίγηςIl.15.33.—The aor. I is not used in this sense by Hom., but occurs in the Hymns, h.Ven.46, al.; the aor. I is more freq. in Hes. and Pi. (Cf. Lat. misceo, Skt. meksáyati 'stir', miśrás 'mixed'.)
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