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κτάομαι Dep. pres., imperf., fut. and aor1: procure for oneself, to get, gain, acquire, Hom.; κτήσασθαι βίον ἀπό τινος to get one's living from a thing, Hdt.; κ. χάριν to win favour, Soph.; κ. φίλους, ἑταίρους id=Soph.
b.of evils, to bring upon oneself, incur, id=Soph., Eur., etc.: —κ. τινὰ πολέμιον to make him so, Xen. procure or get for another, ἐμοὶ ἐκτήσατο κεῖνος Od. perf. and plup. with fut. κεκτήσομαι, to have acquired, i. e. to possess, have, hold, Il., Hdt., etc.; κεκτ. τινὰ σύμμαχον Eur.; of evils, κεκτ. κακά Soph., Eur.; κεκτημένος an owner, master, as a Subst., ἐμοῦ κ. Soph.; of a woman's lord and master, Eur.
III.aor1 pass. ἐκτήθην in pass. sense, to be gotten, id=Eur., Thuc.

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