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συμφύω , later συμφυ^τ-φύνω CR33.5 (near Antioch):—
A.make to grow together, unite a wound, D.S.32.11 (cj.), Dsc.1.128; “ς. τὰ ὁμογενῆArist.Mete.378b15; ς. τοὺς ἄνωθεν ὀδόντας imagine them unite into one, Id.PA659b24; ς. τινὰς εἰς φιλότητα unite them, Pl.Ep.323b: but συμφῦσαι in Id.Smp.192e is f.l. for συμφυσῆσαι.
II. Pass., with pf. Act. συμπέφυ_κα, aor. 2 συνέφυ_ν (3sg. opt. “συμφύηSor.2.89); also “συνεφύηνArist.Pol.1262b13, Thphr.CP5.5.3, Sor.1.36, etc.: fut. “συμφυήσομαιGp.4.12.9:—grow together, Emp.26.7,95 (tm.), Pl.Smp.191a, Ti.76e, X.Cyr.4.3.18, etc.; [ψυχὴ καὶ σῶμα] Pl.Phdr. 246d; of a political constitution, Plb.4.32.9.
4. become assimilated, become natural, Arist.EN1147a22.
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