Ancient Greek-English Dictionary Language


ο-contract Verb; 자동번역 Transliteration:

Principal Part: ἀναστομόω

Structure: ἀνα (Prefix) + στομό (Stem) + ω (Ending)


  1. to furnish with a mouth, to clear out, open, your, wide


Present tense

1st person2nd person3rd person
IndicativeSingular ἀναστομῶ ἀναστομοῖς ἀναστομοῖ
Dual ἀναστομοῦτον ἀναστομοῦτον
Plural ἀναστομοῦμεν ἀναστομοῦτε ἀναστομοῦσιν*
SubjunctiveSingular ἀναστομῶ ἀναστομοῖς ἀναστομοῖ
Dual ἀναστομῶτον ἀναστομῶτον
Plural ἀναστομῶμεν ἀναστομῶτε ἀναστομῶσιν*
OptativeSingular ἀναστομοῖμι ἀναστομοῖς ἀναστομοῖ
Dual ἀναστομοῖτον ἀναστομοίτην
Plural ἀναστομοῖμεν ἀναστομοῖτε ἀναστομοῖεν
ImperativeSingular ἀναστόμου ἀναστομούτω
Dual ἀναστομοῦτον ἀναστομούτων
Plural ἀναστομοῦτε ἀναστομούντων, ἀναστομούτωσαν
Infinitive ἀναστομοῦν
Participle MasculineFeminineNeuter
ἀναστομων ἀναστομουντος ἀναστομουσα ἀναστομουσης ἀναστομουν ἀναστομουντος
1st person2nd person3rd person
IndicativeSingular ἀναστομοῦμαι ἀναστομοῖ ἀναστομοῦται
Dual ἀναστομοῦσθον ἀναστομοῦσθον
Plural ἀναστομούμεθα ἀναστομοῦσθε ἀναστομοῦνται
SubjunctiveSingular ἀναστομῶμαι ἀναστομοῖ ἀναστομῶται
Dual ἀναστομῶσθον ἀναστομῶσθον
Plural ἀναστομώμεθα ἀναστομῶσθε ἀναστομῶνται
OptativeSingular ἀναστομοίμην ἀναστομοῖο ἀναστομοῖτο
Dual ἀναστομοῖσθον ἀναστομοίσθην
Plural ἀναστομοίμεθα ἀναστομοῖσθε ἀναστομοῖντο
ImperativeSingular ἀναστομοῦ ἀναστομούσθω
Dual ἀναστομοῦσθον ἀναστομούσθων
Plural ἀναστομοῦσθε ἀναστομούσθων, ἀναστομούσθωσαν
Infinitive ἀναστομοῦσθαι
Participle MasculineFeminineNeuter
ἀναστομουμενος ἀναστομουμενου ἀναστομουμενη ἀναστομουμενης ἀναστομουμενον ἀναστομουμενου

Imperfect tense

The inflection forms above were generated by rules and some usages of them were not attested.

Due to a bug of system, some forms may display wrong accents.


  • τῶν πρεσβυτέρων γὰρ ταῦτα τῶν ἡδυσμάτων ἀναστομοῖ τάχιστα τᾀσθητήρια, τό τε νωκαρῶδεσ καὶ κατημβλυωμένον ἐσκέδασε κἀποίησεν ἡδέωσ φαγεῖν. (Athenaeus, The Deipnosophists, Book 4, book 4, chapter 11 3:6)


  1. to furnish with a mouth


  • στομόω (to muzzle or gag, to furnish with an edge, to steel)

Source: Henry George Liddell. Robert Scott. "A Greek-English Lexicon". revised and augmented throughout by. Sir Henry Stuart Jones.

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