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νεμεσάω , used by Hom. and Hes. in contr. forms νεμεσῶ, -ῶσι (v. infr.); Ep. 3sg.
A.νεμεσσᾷHes.Op.756; imper. “νεμέσσαOd.23.213: impf. “ἐνεμέσωνPlu.Sull.6; Ep. “ἐνεμέσσαIl.13.16, Ep. 3sg. “νεμέσασκε11.543 (as cited by Arist.Rh.1387a35): fut. “-ήσωArist. ib.12: aor. “ἐνεμέσησαD.45.71, etc.; poet. “νεμέσησαOd.21.285; Dor. “-α_σαPi.I.1.3:—Med. and Pass., Ep. “νεμεσσῶμαιIl.13.119: fut. “νεμεσήσομαι10.129: Ep. aor. opt. “νεμεσσήσαιτοOd.1.228: more freq. aor. Pass. “νεμεσσήθη1.119, 3pl. “-θενIl.2.223, etc.:—feel just resentment, to be wroth at undeserved good or bad fortune (cf. νέμεσις) freq. of the gods, “νεμέσησε δὲ πότνια ἭρηIl.8.198; “τῷ δὲ θεοὶ νεμεσῶσιHes.Op.741, etc., cf. Arist.Rh.1386b16; also of men, sts. abs., “μὴ νεμέσαIl.10.145; τὸ νεμεσᾶν, opp. τὸ φθονεῖν, Cic.Att. 5.19.3; ν. τινί to be wroth with a person or at a thing, Il.24.53, etc.: rarely in Prose, Pl.Lg.927c, D.20.161: c. part., οὐ νεμεσῶ Ἀγαμέμνονι . . ὀτρύνοντι if he incites, ll.4.413; νεμεσᾷ θεός, ὅταν . . Pl.Min.319a: c. dat. pers. et acc. rei, “μὴ νῦν μοι τόδε χώεο μηδὲ νεμέσσαOd.23.213, cf. Hes.Op.756, Arist.Rh.1384b4; ν. ἐπί τινι ib. 1387a6, Onos.4.2: c. dat. pers. et gen. rei, Luc.Scyth.9, Porph.Abst. 2.7:—Pass., ἐνεμεσήθη (sc. by the gods) Plu.Cat.Mi.38.
II. Med. and Pass., prop. to be displeased with oneself,νεμεσσᾶται δ᾽ ἐνὶ θυμῷ . . ἐπες βολίας ἀναφαίνεινis indignant, ashamed at the thought of . . , rejects it as unseemly, Od.4.158; feel shame,νεμεσσήθητε καὶ αὐτοί, ἄλλους τ᾽ αἰδέσθητε2.64; “νεμεσσήθητε δὲ θυμῷIl.16.544; “πᾶσιν δὲ νεμεσσηθεῖσα μετηύδα15.103.
2. Med. in act. sense, freq. in Hom., c. dat. pers., “εἴ πέρ μοι νεμεσήσεαιIl.10.115, cf. 129: c. part., “νεμεσσήσαιτό κεν . . ὁρόωνOd. 1.228: c. inf., “νεμεσσῶμαί γε μὲν οὐδὲν κλαίειν4.195: c. acc. et inf., “οὔ σε νεμεσσῶμαι κεχολῶσθαι18.227: c. acc. rei, νεμεσσᾶται κακὰ ἔργα is wroth at evil deeds, 14.284.—Poet. Verb, never in Trag., rare in good Prose (v. supr.).
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