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ejk-dhmevw , f. hvsw , to be abroad, to be on ones travels, Hdt ., Soph. ; and ejkdhmiva


ejkdhmiva , hJ , a being abroad, exile, Plat. From e[kdhmo"


e[k-dhmo" , on , from home, gone on a journey, Xen .; ejkd. stratei`ai service in foreign lands, Thuc .; e[kd. fughv Eur.

II. c. gen. departed from, Id.


ejk-diabaivnw , aor. 2 -diexevbhn , to pass quite over, c. acc ., Il.


ejk-diaitavomai , f. hvsomai , Pass. to depart from ones accustomed mode of life, change ones habits, Thuc.


ejkdiaivthsi" , ew", hJ , change of habits, Plut.


ejkdivdagma , ato", tov , prentice-work, a sampler, Eur.


ejk-didavskw : f. xw :— to teach thoroughly, Lat. edocere , Aesch. , etc. ; ejkd. tinav ti Soph .: —Med. to have another taught, of the parents, Hdt. , Eur. :— Pass. , aijscra; ejkdidavsketai is taught disgraceful things, Soph. ; ejkdidacqei;" tw`n katÆ oi\kon having learnt of things at home, Id.

2. c. acc. pers. et inf. to teach one to be so and so, Id.; inf. omitted, gennai`ovn tina ejkd . Ar.


ejk-didravskw , Ion. -didrhvskw : f. -dravsomai »a<Eth>1/4 : aor. 2 ejx-evdran , part. ejkdrav" :— to run out from, run away, escape, ejk tovpou Hdt .; absol. , Ar.


ejk-divdwmi , 3 sing. ejkdidoi` (as if from -didovw ): f. -dwvsw :— to give up, surrender, esp. something seized unlawfully, Lat. reddere , Il., Hdt. :— ejkd. dou`lon to give up a slave to be examined by torture, Dem.

2. ejkd. qugatevra to give ones daughter in marriage, Lat. nuptum dare , Hdt ., Att. ; so in Med. , ejkdivdosqai qugatevra Hdt ., Eur.

3. to give out for money, let out for hire, Hdt .: —c. inf ., like Lat. locare aliquid faciendum , Dem.
4. to lend out money on security, such as the cargo of a ship, ap. Dem.
II. intr. ( sub. eJautovn or -ouv" ) of rivers, to empty themselves, Hdt.


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