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μην-ύω (v. fin.), Dor. μα_ν- B.Fr.10, SIG417.7 (Delph., iii B. C.): fut. -ύσω Hdt.2.121. γ', etc.: aor.
A.ἐμήνυ_σαh.Merc.264, And.1.26, etc.: pf. μεμήνυ_κα ib.22, Pl.Ti.48b, Men.Pk.28:—Pass., pf. “μεμήνυ_ταιAnd.1.10, Th.1.20: aor. “ἐμηνύθηνE.Ion 1563, Pl.Criti.108e: fut. “μηνυθήσομαιGal.UP5.15:—disclose what is secret, reveal: generally, make known, declare, “μ. τινί τιh.Merc.254, Pi.N.9.4, Hdt.1.23; τι S.OT102, 1384, etc.; τί μηνύεις νέον; E.Ba.1029; τὸ πρᾶγμ᾽ οὐ μεμήνυκ' Men. l.c.; τοὺς ἑτερογνάθους μ. πέδη indicates, betrays them, X.Eq.3.5; “Λυδία λίθος μανύει χρυσόνB. l.c.:—Pass., “κατὰ τὸ μεμηνυμένονPhld.Acad. Ind.p.81 M.
3. folld. by an interrog. or Conj., “μήνυσον αὐτοῖς τίς ἐστινId.Ap.24d; ἀλλά μοι μηνύσατε εἰ . . inform me whether . . , Ar.Ach. 206; μ. ὅτι . . Arist.EN1101b29.
II. at Athens, inform, lay information against another, “κατά τινοςAnd.1.20, Lys.6.23; τινας Docum. ap. And.1.13; ταῦτα And.ibid.; περὶ τῶν μυστηρίων ib.19; “μ. τι κατά τινοςTh.6.60; “μ. τοῖς ἄρχουσίν τιPl.Lg.730d; “πρός τιναςD. 24.11: abs., “ μηνύσαςOGI665.29 (Egypt, i A. D.): impers. in Pass., μηνύεται information is laid, Th.6.28; “ὑποτοπήσαντες . . Ἱππίᾳ μεμηνῦσθαιId.1.20, cf. 6.57, And.1.10; “ὧν πέρι ἄλλων ἐμεμήνυτοTh.6.61:— Pass., also of persons, to be informed against, denounced, τῶν μετ᾽ αὐτοῦ μεμηνυμένων ib.53, cf. X.HG3.3.10; “πρᾶγμα μηνυθένE.Ion 1563; “μηνυθέντος τοῦ ἐπιβουλεύματοςTh.4.89. [υ_ always in fut., aor., and pf.; and in Att. so in pres. and impf.; υ^ in Ep. and Lyr. in pres. and impf., h.Merc.254, Pi.N.l.c., O.6.52, P.1.93, I.8(7).60, B.l.c., but υ_, h.Merc.373, B.9.14, and later.]
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