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ki nevw, KI NE vW, kinevw

KI-NE vW , f. hvsw : aor. I ejkivnhsa , Ep. kivnhsa : Med. and Pass. , kinhvsomai and -hqhvsomai : aor. I ejkinhvqhn , Ep. 3 pl. ejkivnhqen : pf. kekivnhmai :— to set in motion, to move, Hom ., Att.

2. to move or remove a thing from its place, Hdt. ; k. ta; ajkivnhta to meddle with things sacred, Id., Soph. ; k. ta; crhvmata ej" a[llo ti to apply them to an alien purpose, Hdt. ;— k. to; stratovpedon , Lat. castra movere , Xen .:— to change, innovate, ta; novmaia Hdt.

II. to rouse, disturb, of a wasps‘ nest, Il.: to stir up, arouse, urge on, Trag ., etc.
III. to set agoing, cause, call forth, Soph ., etc. :—proverb., k. pa`n crh`ma to turn every stone, try every way, Hdt.

B. Pass. to be put in motion, to be moved, move, stir, Il., Hdt. , Att.
2. to move forward, of soldiers, Soph. , Xen. , etc.


ki<Eth>nhvqhn , Ep. for ejkin- , aor. I pass. of foreg.


ki<Eth>nhqmov" , oJ , ( kinevw ) = kivnhsi" , motion, Pind.


kivnhma »i<Eth>1/4, ato", tov , ( kinevw ) a motion, movement, Plut.


kivnhsi" »i<Eth>1/4, ew", hJ , ( kinevw ) movement, motion, Plat ., etc. : a dance, Luc.

2. movement, in a political sense, Thuc. ; of the Peloponn. war, Id.


ki<Eth>nhtevo" , a, on , verb. Adj. of kinevw , to be moved, Plat.

II. kinhtevon , one must call into play, Id.


ki<Eth>nhthvr , h`ro", oJ , = kinhthv" , h. Hom. , Pind.


ki<Eth>nhthv" , ou`, oJ , ( kinevw ) one that sets agoing, an author, Ar.


ki<Eth>nhtikov" , hv, ovn , ( kinevw ) of or for putting in motion, Xen.


kinnavmwmon , tov , cinnamon, a word borrowed from the Phoenicians, Hdt.


kivnugma »i<Eth>1/4, ato", tov , ( kinuvssomai ) anything moved about, aijqevrion k . a sport for the winds of heaven, Aesch.

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