Ancient Greek-English Dictionary Language


Non-contract Verb; 자동번역 Transliteration:

Principal Part: ἀπαλέξω

Structure: ἀπ (Prefix) + ἀλέξ (Stem) + ω (Ending)


  1. to ward, off from
  2. to keep, from suffering
  3. to defend oneself


Present tense

1st person2nd person3rd person
IndicativeSingular ἀπαλέξω ἀπαλέξεις ἀπαλέξει
Dual ἀπαλέξετον ἀπαλέξετον
Plural ἀπαλέξομεν ἀπαλέξετε ἀπαλέξουσιν*
SubjunctiveSingular ἀπαλέξω ἀπαλέξῃς ἀπαλέξῃ
Dual ἀπαλέξητον ἀπαλέξητον
Plural ἀπαλέξωμεν ἀπαλέξητε ἀπαλέξωσιν*
OptativeSingular ἀπαλέξοιμι ἀπαλέξοις ἀπαλέξοι
Dual ἀπαλέξοιτον ἀπαλεξοίτην
Plural ἀπαλέξοιμεν ἀπαλέξοιτε ἀπαλέξοιεν
ImperativeSingular ἀπάλεξε ἀπαλεξέτω
Dual ἀπαλέξετον ἀπαλεξέτων
Plural ἀπαλέξετε ἀπαλεξόντων, ἀπαλεξέτωσαν
Infinitive ἀπαλέξειν
Participle MasculineFeminineNeuter
ἀπαλεξων ἀπαλεξοντος ἀπαλεξουσα ἀπαλεξουσης ἀπαλεξον ἀπαλεξοντος
1st person2nd person3rd person
IndicativeSingular ἀπαλέξομαι ἀπαλέξει, ἀπαλέξῃ ἀπαλέξεται
Dual ἀπαλέξεσθον ἀπαλέξεσθον
Plural ἀπαλεξόμεθα ἀπαλέξεσθε ἀπαλέξονται
SubjunctiveSingular ἀπαλέξωμαι ἀπαλέξῃ ἀπαλέξηται
Dual ἀπαλέξησθον ἀπαλέξησθον
Plural ἀπαλεξώμεθα ἀπαλέξησθε ἀπαλέξωνται
OptativeSingular ἀπαλεξοίμην ἀπαλέξοιο ἀπαλέξοιτο
Dual ἀπαλέξοισθον ἀπαλεξοίσθην
Plural ἀπαλεξοίμεθα ἀπαλέξοισθε ἀπαλέξοιντο
ImperativeSingular ἀπαλέξου ἀπαλεξέσθω
Dual ἀπαλέξεσθον ἀπαλεξέσθων
Plural ἀπαλέξεσθε ἀπαλεξέσθων, ἀπαλεξέσθωσαν
Infinitive ἀπαλέξεσθαι
Participle MasculineFeminineNeuter
ἀπαλεξομενος ἀπαλεξομενου ἀπαλεξομενη ἀπαλεξομενης ἀπαλεξομενον ἀπαλεξομενου

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.


  • ἆρ’ οὖν οὐχὶ εἰδώσ τι πλέον ἡμῶν ὁ ποιητήσ, οὗ καὶ ἐν ἀρχῇ τοῦ λόγου ἐπεμνήσθην, τὰ δειλὰ καὶ εὐχομένοισ ἀπαλέξειν ἐκέλευεν; (Plato, Alcibiades 1, Alcibiades 2, Hipparchus, Lovers, Theages, Charmides, Laches, Lysis, 62:1)


  1. to ward

  2. to keep

  3. to defend oneself


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

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