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στυ^γ-έω , Il.7.112, Hdt.7.236, E.El.1017, etc.: aor. 1 ἔστυξα, opt.
A.στύξαιμιOd.11.502 (v. infr. 11): aor. 2 ἔστυ^γον κατ-) 10.113, Il.17.694: later aor. 1 “ἐστύγησαA.Supp.528 (lyr.), E.Tr.710: pf. “ἐστύγηκαJ.Ap.2.24, (ἀπ-) Hdt.2.47:—Pass., fut. στυγήσομαι in pass. sense, S.OT672: aor. “ἐστυγήθηνA.Th.691, E.Alc.465 (lyr.): pf. “ἐστύγημαιLyc.421; “ἔστυγμαιHsch.:—poet. Verb (also in Hdt. and later Prose, Phld.Lib.p.13 O., J.l.c.), hate, abhor, c. acc., Il.20.65, al., Hes. (Th. 739, al.), and Trag. (v. infr.); also in Thgn.278, Pi.Fr.203.2, Emp. 115.12, 116, Hdt.7.236; Com. only in paratragoedic and lyric passages, Ar.Ach.33 (cf. Sch. ad loc.), 472, Th.1144 (lyr.), Diph.73.5, Com.Adesp.1278; never in Att. Prose: stronger than μισέω, for it means to show hatred, not merely to feel it, “τὸ πρᾶγμα . ., ἢν μὲν ἀξίως μισεῖν ἔχῃ, στυγεῖν δίκαιονE.El.1017: c. inf., hate or fear to do a thing, Il.1.186, 8.515, S.Ph.87, A.R.2.628:—Pass., to be abhorred, detested, “τὸν μέγα στυγούμενονA.Pr.1004; “Φοίβῳ στυγηθένId.Th. 691; τί δ᾽ ἐστίν . . πρός γ᾽ ἐμοῦ στυγούμενον; what is the horrid thing that I have done? S.Tr.738.
II. in aor. 1, make hateful, τῷ κέ τεῳ στύξαιμι μένος καὶ χεῖρας then would I make my courage and my hands a hate and fear to many a one, Od.11.502: but this aor. is used in the common sense by A.R.4.512, AP7.430 (Diosc.).
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