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χρημα^τ-ίζω , fut.
A.-ίσωEp.Rom.7.3, Att. χρημα^τ-ιῶ Lycurg.37: pf. “κεχρημάτικαDin.1.103, OGI106.7 (Egypt, ii B. C.): (χρῆμα):—Prose Verb, negotiate, have dealings, esp. in money matters (in this sense mostly Med. (v. infr.11)), Th.1.87, 5.61, Plb.5.81.5; “χ. τιTh.6.62, Isoc.4.157, Plu. Them.18.
b. c. dat., transact business with, τῇ βουλῇ, τῷ δήμῳ, X.Ath.3.1; negotiate with,πόλεσι περὶ φιλίαςTh.5.5: abs., ib.61; ἰδίᾳ χ., of intriguing persons, D.19.278; “χ. ὑπὲρ δημοσίων καὶ κοινῶν πραγμάτωνAel.VH3.4:—Med.,X.Ath. 3.3.
3. give audience to,πρεσβευταῖςPlb.3.66.6, cf. Jul.Or.1.13a.
4. of an oracle, give a response to those who consult it, LXX Je.33(26).2, al., D.S.15.10, JAJ11.8.4, Plu.2.435c, Porph. Abst.2.48; “δι᾽ ὕδατοςIamb.Myst.3.11; of gods, give ear to,χ. τοῖς εὐχομένοιςLuc.Pseudol.8:—Pass., receive an answer, warning, in NT of divine warnings or revelations, Ev.Matt.2.12, etc.; “ὑπ᾽ ἀγγέλουAct.Ap.10.22; ἦν αὐτῷ κεχρηματισμένον a warning had been given him, Ev.Luc.2.26; “χ. ὑπὸ δαιμονίων καὶ φαντασίας εἰδώλωνVett.Val.67.5.
5. issue ordinances, etc., “χ. ἀπορρήσειςPh.2.438; administer justice, ἐν τῷ Προσωπίτῃ OGI l.c.; “ταῖς πόλεσιApp.Hisp.98.
b. issue orders for payment, pay,ἀπὸ τῆς . . τραπέζηςPGrenf.2.23.4 (ii B. C.); τιϝι Ostr.Bodl.i248 (ii B. C.); λόγον χ. ἐς τὰ δαμόσια γράμματα furnish an account . . , Arch. f. Religionswiss. 10.211 (Cos, ii B. C.):—Pass., ἐχρηματίσθη πολλὰ διάφορα he was furnished with large sums, Aristeas 9.
6. take cognizance of, decide upon petitions, [“ἐντευξιν] χ.PEnteux.75.9 (iii B. C.), PFay. 12.28 (ii B. C.); “ἔντευξις κεχρηματισμένηPPetr.2p.3 (iii B. C.).
7. generally, have dealings with, stand in any relation to a person, οὐδὲν αὐτῷ (sic legendum videtur) “πρὸς γένος ἐχρημάτιζενCtes.Fr. 29.2: hence even μόλις ταῖς ἀναγκαίαις [ὀρέξεσι] χ. to be influenced, affected by them, Plu.2.125b.
8. Astrol., operate, of influences, Vett.Val.5.7.
II. Med., χρηματίζομαι: fut. Att. “-ιοῦμαιLys.29.14, etc.: pf. “κεχρημάτισμαιDin.1.15:—negotiate or transact business for oneself or to one's own profit, make money,οἰόμενοι χρηματιεῖσθαι μᾶλλον μαχεῖσθαιTh.7.13; “χρηματιούμενος ἀλλ᾽ οὐ πρὸς ὑμᾶς φιλοτιμησόμενοςLys. l.c.; “οἱ χρηματισάμενοιPl.R.330c; “ἄλλῳ χ. καὶ οὐχ αὑτῷId.Grg.452e; esp. by base arts, “ἐξ αὐτῆς τῆς πόλεωςDin. l. c., cf. Is.9.25; χ. ἀπό τινος to make money of or from a thing, Pl. Sph.225e; “ἀπὸ τῶν κοινῶνArist.Pol.1286b14; “ἀπὸ γεωμετρίαςIamb. Comm.Math.25; “ἔκ τινοςLys.25.3; “, φιλοσοφίαςIsoc.11.1; also c. acc. cogn., “χ. τὸν ἐκ γῆς χρηματισμόνId.Lg.949e, cf. Grg.467d; “χρήματαX.Cyr.3.3.5.
2. generally, transact business, have dealings with . . , τινι Hdt.3.118, 7.163.
3. c. acc. rei, χ. τὸ νόμισμα traffic in money, like a money-lender or banker, Arist.Pol.1257b34; but c. acc. pers., χ. τινας make money out of any one, i. e. get it from them by extortion, Plb.32.5.13; so “χ. παρὰ τῶν νεωτέρωνIsoc.10.6.
III. in later writers, from Plb. downwards, the Act. χρηματίζω takes some special senses:
2. generally, to be called,μοιχαλίςEp.Rom.7.3: “μήτηρPh.1.440; καὶ ὡς χ. 'and so forth' (omitting some of the writer's names), POxy.100.1 (ii A. D.), etc.; also c. dat., ἀεὶ -ίζων τῷ προκειμένῳ ὀνοματίῳ ib.2131.8 (iii A. D.).
3. change or be changed,εἴς τιGp.12.1.9.
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