Crave

v. trans.
Ask for: P. and V. αἰτεῖν (or mid.) (acc.), παιτεῖν (acc.), V. ἐξαιτεῖν (or mid.) (acc.).
Crave as a favour: P. and V. παραιτεῖσθαι (acc.), προσαιτεῖν (acc.), V. ἐπαιτεῖν (acc.).
Crave a thing of a person: P. and V. δεῖσθαι (τινός τι); see {{U}}Ask.
Desire: P. and V. ἐπιθυμεῖν (gen.), ἐφεσθαι (gen.), ὀρέγεσθαι (gen.), V. χρῄζειν (gen.), χατίζειν (gen.); see {{U}}Desire.
Yearn for: P. and V. ποθεῖν (acc.), Ar. and V. μείρειν (gen.), V. μείρεσθαι (gen.).
Crave for food, be hungry: P. and V. πεινῆν (Soph. and Eur., frag.).

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