διαλέγομαι

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From δῐᾰ- (dia-) +‎ λέγω (légō, say, speak).

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δῐᾰλέγομαι (dialégomai)

  1. to converse, hold a discussion, debate, argue
  2. (philosophy) to practise dialectic, elicit conclusions
  3. (late) to lecture, discourse
  4. to speak articulately, write in prose, use a dialect or language
  5. (euphemistic, Attic) to have intercourse
  6. to have dealings (with someone)

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δῐᾰλέγομαι (dialégomai)

  1. first-person singular present mediopassive indicative of δῐᾰλέγω (dialégō)

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Etymology 1 edit

Passive voice of διαλέγω (dialégo)

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διαλέγομαι (dialégomai) passive (past διαλέχτηκα, ppp διαλεγμένος, active διαλέγω)

  1. to be chosen, be selected
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for this verb's full conjugation see the active form
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διαλέγομαι (dialégomai) deponent (past διαλέχθηκα/διελέχθην) found chiefly in the present and imperfect tenses

  1. to discuss
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