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νοέω (νόος), imp. νόει, fut. νοήσω, aor. (νόησα, mid. νοήσατο: think, be thoughtful or sensible, have in mind, intend, be (aor. become) aware, perceive; οὕτω νῦν καὶ ἐγὼ νοέω, ‘I think so too,’ Od. 4.148 ; του_τό γ᾽ ἐναίσιμον οὐκ ἐνόησεν, ‘that was not a right thought of hers,’ Od. 7.299 ; νοῆσαι ἅμα πρόσσω καὶ ὀπίσσω, ‘to direct his mind forward and backward,’ ‘take thought at once of the present and the future,’ Il. 1.343 ; μητρὶ ἐγὼ παράφημι, καὶ αὐτῇ περ νοεούσῃ, ‘though she has a good mind of her own,’ Il. 1.577 ; καὶ μᾶλλον νοέω φρεσὶ τι_μήσασθαι, ‘I mean to prize thee still more,’ Il. 22.235; freq. ὀξὺ νοῆσαι, of ‘keenly noting’ an occurrence, often w. part., Il. 2.391, Il. 3.21, 30; common transitional phrase, ἄλλο) ἐνόησεν, ‘had another idea,’ ‘thought again,’ ‘passed to a new plan.’ Mid., ‘thought to,’ w. inf., only Il. 10.501. Cf. νόος.
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