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sunekuvrhse genevsqai it came to pass that. . , Hdt. :—so, in Pass. , to; ej" Lakedaimonivou" sugkekurhmevnon Id.

III. of places, to be contiguous to, tiniv Polyb. Hence sugkuriva


sugkuØriva , hJ , coincidence, kata; sugkurivan by chance, N.T.


sugkuvrseian , 3 pl. aor. I opt. of sugkurevw .


suvg-kwlo" , on , ( kw`lon ) with limbs close together, Xen.


sug-kwmavzw , f. avsw , Dor. avxw , to march together ina kw`mo" or band of revellers, Pind.


suvg-kwmo" , oJ, hJ , a fellow-reveller, Eur ., Ar.


sug-kwmw/devw , to satirise as in a comedy, Luc.


sug-caivrw , f. -ca±rhvsomai , to rejoice with, take part in joy, Aesch ., Ar. ; tiniv with another, Arist.

II. to wish one joy, congratulate, ". tini; tw`n gegenhmevnwn to wish one joy of the events, Dem.


sugcavrh/te , 2 pl. aor. 2 subj. of sugcaivrw .


sug-ceimavzomai , Med. to go through the winters with one, Ar.


sug-ceirourgevw , f. hvsw , to put hand to a thing together, to accomplish, Isae.


sug-cevw : f. -cew`, ei`", ei` : aor. I -evcea , Ep. -evceua , inf. -ceu`ai :— Pass. , aor. I -ecuvqhn »uØ1/4 : Ep. 3 sing. aor. 2 suvgcuØto :— to pour together, commingle, confound, Il., Dem. , etc. :— Pass. to be in confusion, Il.

2. like sugcwvnnumi , to make ruinous, destroy, obliterate, demolish, Hdt ., Eur.
II. of the mind, to confound, trouble, Hom ., Hdt. , etc. :— Pass. , Eur.
2. to confound, make of none effect, frustrate, Il., Hdt. , Att.


sug-coreuthv" , ou`, oJ , a companion in a dance, Xen.


sug-coreuvw , f. sw , to join in the dance, Ar .:— to be of the same chorus, Arist.

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