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III. Pass. and Med. to be stirred up; c. inf. to be eager or desire to do, Hom. :— absol. to rush furiously on, e[gcei ejforma`sqai Il.; ejformhqeiv" Ib.; and, without hostile sense, to spring forward, Od.:— c. acc. to rush upon, make a dash at, Il.


ejf-ormevw , Ion. ejp- , f. hvsw , to lie moored at or over against a place, to blockade it, laqw;n tou;" ejpormevonta" having escaped the blockading fleet, Hdt .; ejf. tw`/ limevni Thuc.

2. generally, to lie by and watch, Soph ., Dem.


ejf-ormhv , hJ , a way of attack, miva dÆ oi[h givgnetÆ ejformhv only room for one to attack, Od.

2. an assault, attack, Thuc.


ejfovrmhsi" , ew", hJ , ( ejformevw ) a lying at anchor so as to watch an enemy, blockading, Thuc .: a means of so doing, Id.


ejf-ormivzw , Att. iw` , to bring a ship to its moorings ( o{rmo" ):— Med. and Pass. to come to anchor, Thuc.

II. intr. in Act. to seek refuge in a place, c. dat ., Anth.


e[f-ormo" , on , at anchor, Thuc.


e[f-ormo" , oJ , = ejfovrmhsi" , Thuc.


e[foro" , oJ , ( ejforavw ) an overseer, guardian, ruler, Aesch ., Soph.

II. at Sparta, e[foroi, oiJ , the Ephors, a body of five magistrates, who controlled even the kings, Hdt. , etc.


ejfra±savmhn , aor. I med. of fravzw .


e[frixa , aor. I of frivssw .


ejfruvaxa , aor. I of fruavssw .


ejf-ubrivzw , f. sw , to insult over one, Il.; c. dat ., Soph. ; c. acc ., in Med. , mh]fubrivzesqai nekrouv" Eur .; ejfuvbrizon a[lla te kai; eij they used insulting language, asking especially whether, Thuc.

II. to exult maliciously over, Soph.

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