— LatinVocab (@LatinVocab) February 22, 2013
dēdĭtĭo, ōnis, f. dedo, a (military) giving up, a surrender, capitulation (freq. in the historians).
— Charlton T. Lewis (@LewisandShort) February 21, 2013
φρίσσω Att. φρίττω : fut. φρίξω —to be rough or uneven on the surface, bristle; of hair, mane, or bristles, bristle up, stand on end
— Henry George Liddell (@LiddellAndScott) February 21, 2013
The imperf of verbs of sending/going, saying/exhorting/etc which imply cont action, is oft used instd of an aorist: ἄγγελον ἔπεμπον GG 1891
— Greek+Latin Grammar (@AncientGrammar) February 21, 2013