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futeuvsante" the parents, Soph.: metaph., u{bri" futeuvei tuvrannon Id.:—Pass. to spring from parents, tino", e[k or ajpov tino" Pind., Soph.

3. generally, to produce, bring about, cause, kakovn or kaka; f . Hom.; f. ph`ma Soph.:—Pass., o[lbo" su;n qew`/ futeuqeiv" Id.

II. to plant ground with fruit-trees, f. gh`n Thuc.; f. a[gron Xen.:—Pass., gh` pefuteumevnh , opp. to yilhv , Hdt., Dem.


fuØtikov" , hv, ovn , ( futovn ) of or belonging to plants, to; f . the principle of vegetable life, Arist.


fuvtlh , hJ , ( fuvw ) a stock, generation, Pind., Anth.


fuØto-ergov" , ovn , poët. for futourgov" , Anth.


fuØtovn , tov , ( fuvw ) that which has grown, a plant, tree, Il., Hes., etc.

II. generally a creature, of men, Eur., Plat.
2. like e[rno" , of men, a descendant, child, Eur., Theocr.


fuØtov" , hv, ovn , verb. Adj. of fuvw , shaped by nature, without art, Pind.


fuØtoska±fiva , hJ , gardening, Anth. From futoskavfo"


fuØto-skavfo" »a±1/4, on , ( skavptw ) digging round plants, f. ajnhvr a delver, gardener, Theocr.


fuØto-spovro" , on , planting: —metaph., oJ fut . a father, Soph.


fuØt-ourgov" , ovn, ( * e[rgw ) working at plants; as Subst. a gardener, vinedresser, Anth.

II. metaph. begetting, Soph., Eur.: the author of a thing, Plat.


fuØt-wvnuØmo" , on , named from a plant or tree, Anth.

fuvw, FU vW, fuvw

FU vW : impf. e[fuon , Ep. 3 sing. fuven : f. fuvsw »u<Eth>1/4 : aor. I e[fu<Eth>sa :—Med., f. fuvsomai :—intr. tenses of Act., pf. pevfu<Eth>ka , Ep. 3 pl. pefuva<Eth>si , Ep. part. fem. pefuui`a , acc. pl. pefuw`ta" : plqpf. ejpefuvkein , Ep. pefuvkein , Ep. 3 pl. ejpevfu<Eth>kon : aor. 2 e[fu<Eth>n (as if from fu`mi ), Ep. 3 sing. fu` , 3 pl. e[fun (for e[fu<Eth>san , which is also 3 pl. of aor. I ), 3 sing. opt. fuvh or fuivh , inf. fu`nai , Ep. fuvmenai , part. fuv"

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