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τρομ-έω ,
II. c. acc., tremble before or at a person, stand in awe of,τόν τε τρομέουσι καὶ ἄλλοιIl.17.203; “τοῦτόν γε τρομέεις καὶ δείδιαςOd. 18.80; “θάνατον τρομέεσθαι16.446, etc.—With and without acc. Hom. uses both Act. and Med., but only in pres. and impf.; Ep. and Ion. τρομεοίατο for τρομέοιντο, Il.10.492; Ion. part., “ἤθη δεσποτῶν τρομευμένουςSol.36.12.—Poet. word, used in trans. sense by A.Pr.542 (lyr., Act.), Pers.64 (anap., Med.); but never by S. or E.: aor. ἐτρόμησα only late, LXX 1 Ma.2.24 (v.l. ἐτρόμασαν), POxy.416.10 (iii A. D.).
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