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kavmnw , ( lengthd. from the Root KAM ): ka±mou`mai :— aor. 2 e[ka±mon , inf. kamei`n , Ep. subj. redupl. kekavmw , 3 sing. kekavmh/si , 3 pl. kekavmwsi :— pf. kevkmhka ; 3 pl. plqpf. ejkekmhvkesan ; Ep. part. kekmhwv", kekmhw`ti, kekmhw`ta , acc. pl. kekmhovta" :— Med. , Ep. aor. 2 kamovmhn :

I. trans. to work. of smiths work, skh`ptron, to; me;n {Hfaisto" kavme which he wrought, Il.; k. nh`a" Od.

II. Med. to win by toil, ta;" ( sc. gunai`ka" ) aujtoi; kamovmesqa Il. 2. to work or till by labour, Od.
III. intr. to work, labour, Thuc .:—then, to be weary, ajndri; de; kekmhw`ti mevno" oi\no" ajevxei Il.; oujdev ti gui`a kavmnei nor is he weary in limb, Ib.; peri; dÆ e[gcei> cei`ra kamei`tai he will have his hand weary in grasping the spear, Ib.:— c. part ., kavmnei polemivzwn, ejlauvnwn is weary of fighting, rowing, Ib.; oujk e[kamon tanuvwn I found no trouble in stringing the bow, i.e. did it without trouble, Od.; ou[toi kamou`mai levgousa I shall never be tired of saying, Aesch. , etc.

2. to be sick or ill, suffer under illness, oiJ kavmnonte" the sick, Hdt ., etc. ; so, kavmnein novson Eur .;
k. tou;" ojfqalmouv" Hdt.
3. generally, to suffer, be distressed or afflicted, stratou` kamovnto" Aesch .; ouj kamei` will not have to complain, Soph .; oujk i[son kamw;n ejmoi; luvph" not having borne an equal share of grief with me, Id.

4. oiJ kamovnte" ( aor. part .) those who have done their work, Lat. defuncti , i.e. the dead, Hom .; so, kekmhkovte" Eur ., Thuc.


kamphv , hJ , ( kavmptw ) a bending, winding, of a river, Hdt.

II. the turning in a race-course, turningpost, Ar .: metaph. , mu`qon ej" kamph;n a[gein to bring a speech to its middle or turning point, Eur .; kampa;" poiei`sqai Plat. Hence kavmpimo"


kavmpimo" , h, on , bent, turning, Eur.


kampthvr , h`ro", oJ , ( kavmptw ) a bend, an angle, Xen.

II. the turning-point in the divaulo" , the goal, Arist .: metaph. , k. puvmato" lifes last turn or course, Anth.


kavmptw , ( lengthd. from Root KAMP , v. kamphv ): f. kavmyw , Ep. inf. -evmen : aor. I e[kamya : Pass. , aor. I ejkavmfqhn :— to bend, curve, o[fra i[tun kavmyh/ that he may bend it into a chariot-rail, Il.; govnu k . to bend the knee so as to sit down and rest, Ib.; ouj kavmptwn govnu , i.e. never resting, Aesch. ; so, k. kw`la Soph. ; then, kavmptein alone, to sit down, rest, Id.;—also, govnu k . to bend the knee in worship, N.T.

II. to turn or guide a horse or chariot round the turning-post ( kamphv II ); hence, of the horse or chariot, kavmyai diauvlou qavteron kw`lon pavlin to double the post ( kampthvr ) and return along the second half of the divaulo" , Aesch. ; kavmptonto" i{ppou as the horse was turning, Soph .: —metaph ., k. bivon to make the last turn in the course of life, Id.; k. bivou tevlo" Eur.

2. so also of seamen, to double a headland, a[krhn k . Hdt. ; also, k. peri; a[kran Ar .; k. kovlpon to wind round the bay, Hdt.

3. absol ., pavlin k . to turn back, Eur. ; ejggu;" tw`n ejmw`n kavmptei" frenw`n thou comest near my

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