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Headword: Kekliatai
Adler number: kappa,1245
Translated headword: they have leaned
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
[Formed] out of the [verb] kli/nw ["I lean"].[1] Also [sc. attested is the active] ke/klika ["I have leaned"] similarly.[2]
Greek Original:
Kekliatai: ek tou klinô. kai Keklika homoiôs.
Notes:
[1] More fully glossed in the Etymologicum Magnum, this primary headword kekli/atai is an epic perfect middle/passive which occurs twice in Homer (Iliad 16.68, Odyssey 4.608).
[2] This first person singular of the perfect active is likely to be paradigmatic; third person singulars are first attested in the idiom of the day ending, ke/kliken h( h(me/ra, in the Septuagint (Jeremiah 6.4, Judges 19.9) and the New Testament (Luke 24/29); see generally LSJ s.v. IV.1.
Keywords: Christianity; daily life; dialects, grammar, and etymology; epic; imagery; religion
Translated by: Nick Nicholas on 5 October 2008@08:58:10.
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