διατίθημι

Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From δῐᾰ- (dia-) +‎ τῐ́θημῐ (títhēmi, put, place).

PronunciationEdit

 

VerbEdit

δῐᾰτῐ́θημῐ (diatíthēmi)

  1. (active) place separately, arrange each in their own places, distribute
    1. (with an adverb) to manage well or ill
      1. (of persons) to handle or treat well or ill
      2. to dispose one in such a manner
    2. to set forth, recite
      1. to describe
  2. (middle) to arrange as one likes, to dispose of
    1. to dispose of one's property, devise it by will
    2. to set out for sale, dispose of merchandise
    3. to arrange or settle mutually, make a covenant
    4. to compose, male
    5. to set forth, recite

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