A.change the form of a person or thing, Pl.Lg. 903e, Arist.GC335b26; “τὸ σῶμα τῆς ταπεινώσεως” Ep.Phil.3.21; of a building, Sammelb.5174.10 (vi A. D.):—Med., with Att. fut. -ιοῦμαι, change one's form, Demetr.Lac.Herc.1012.12; disguise oneself, J.AJ8.11.1:—Pass., to be changed in form, Pl.Lg.906c, Arist. Cael.298b31, GA747a15, D.S.2.57; of grammatical change, A.D. Pron.68.5, al.
III. change the posture of, Sor.2.62 (Pass.), al.