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στερέω , 3sg. imper.
A.στερείτωPl.Lg.958e; otherwise pres. occurs only in form στερίσκω and compd. ἀπο-στερῶ: fut. “στερήσωS.Ant. 574, “στερῶA.Pr.862: aor. “ἐστέρησαE.Andr.1213 (lyr.), Pl.Lg.873e, PCair.Zen.93.13 (iii B.C.); inf. “στερέσαιOd.13.262; “ἐστέρεσενIG12 (8).600.15 (Thasos), v.l. in LXX Nu.24.11, al.; “στερέσαςIG14.902 (Capri); ἐστέρισεν ib.12(9).293 (Eretria, iv/iii B.C.), AP11.335.4, prob. for ἐστέρησεν ib.124.2 (Nicarch.): pf. ἐστέρηκα ἀπ-) Th.7.6, Plb.31.19.7, etc.:—Pass., pres. (apart from ἀπο-στερέομαι) found in early writers only in forms στέρομαι, στερίσκομαι (“στεροῖτοX.Cyr.7.3.14, “στερουμένουςAn.1.9.13, “στερεῖσθαιE.Supp.793 (lyr.), perh. ff. ll.); part. “στερούμενοςPh.Fr.29H., J.AJ2.7.3, Gal.18(2).19; imper. “στερείσθωOGI483.173 (Pergam., prob. ii B.C., but inscribed in ii A.D.); στερέσθω ib.176, 179; 3pl. “στερείσθωνIG12(9).207.44 (Eretria, iii B.C.): fut. “στερηθήσομαιD.C.41.7, etc., v.l. in Isoc.6.28, cf. 7.34, but in the best codd. στερήσομαι, as in S.El.1210, Th. 3.2, X.An.1.4.8, 4.5.28, Mem.1.1.8: aor. ἐστερήθην (v. infr.): poet. aor. 2 part. “στερείςE.Alc.622, Hec.623, Hel.95, El.736 (lyr.): pf. ἐστέρημαι (v. infr.); “ἐστέρεσμαιAn.Ox.1.394: plpf. “ἐστέρητοTh.2.65:— deprive, bereave, rob of anything, c. acc. pers. et gen. rei, “οὕνεκά με στερέσαι τῆς ληΐδος ἤθελεOd.13.262; “ἄνδρ᾽ ἕκαστον αἰῶνος στερεῖA. Pr.862, cf. S.Ant.574, E.Heracl.807, etc.; ς. τινὰ τῆς σωτηρίας, ψυχῆς, etc., Th.7.71, Pl.Lg.873e, etc.; ὅσα τροφὴν γῆ πέφυκεν βούλεσθαι φέρειν, μὴ στερείτω τὸν ζῶνθ᾽ ἡμῶν ib.958e:—Pass., to be deprived or robbed of anything, c. gen., “στερηθεὶς ὅπλωνPi.N.8.27; τῶν ὀμμάτων, τῆς ὄψιος στερηθῆναι, Hdt.6.117, 9.93; “φροντίδος στερηθείςA.Ag.1530 (lyr.); “τῆς βασιληΐης ἐστέρημαιHdt.3.65, cf. 5.84; “τοῖ παιδὸς ἐστερημένοςId.1.46; “γαίας πατρῴαςA.Eu.755; “μετοικίας τῆς ἄνωS.Ant.890; “φίλωνId.Fr.863; “τῆς πόλεωςAntipho 2.2.9 (as v.l.), X.Mem.1.1.8; ἀγαθῶν And 3.8, cf. Isoc.5.133, Pl.Phlb.66e, etc.: abs., τὸ ἐστερῆσθαι state of negation or privation, Arist.Cat.12a35.
II. rarely c. acc. rei, take away, “μισθόνAP9.174.12 (Pall.): —Pass., to have taken from one, “πλούτου . . κτῆσιν ἐστερημένῃS.El. 960 (though the acc. may be construed with στένειν)“; φασγάνῳ βίον στερείςE.Hel.95.
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