Resembling: P. and V. ὁμοῖος (dat.), προσφερής (dat.), Ar. and V. ἐμφερής (dat.) (also Xen.), εἰκώς (dat.) (rare P.), V. προσεμφερής (Eur., frag.) (also Xen. but rare P.) (dat.), λίγκιος (Æsch., P.V. 449), P. προσεοικώς (dat.).
Nearly like: P. παρόμοιος (dat.), παραπλήσιος (dat.), Ar. and P. προσόμοιος (dat.).
Just like: P. and V. δελφός (gen. or dat.) (Plat.).
In like manner: see {{U}}Similarly.
Alike: P. and V. ὁμοῖος.
Like cleave to like: P. ὁ ὁμοῖος τῷ ὁμοίῳ (Plat., Gorg. 510B).
Equal: P. and V. σος.
Nearly equal: P. παραπλήσιος.
Make like, v.; P. and V. ὁμοιοῦν, ἐξομοιοῦν, P. ἀφομοιοῦν.
Be like: P. and V. ἐοικέναι (dat.) (rare P.), ὁμοιοῦσθαι (dat.), ἐξομοιοῦσθαι (dat.), V. πρέπειν (dat.), Ar. and V. προσεικέναι (dat.) (προσέοικα), εἰκέναι (dat.) (ἔοικα); see {{U}}Resemble.
Made like: use also V. ἐξῃκασμένος (dat.), κατεικασθείς (dat.).
Be like to: see {{U}}Likely.
There is nothing like hearing the law itself: P. οὐδὲν οἷον ἀκούειν αὐτοῦ τοῦ νομου (Dem. 529).
In like manner: P. and V. ὁμοῖα, ὁμοίως, ὡσαύτως, V. αὔτως; see {{U}}Similarly.
In the manner of: P. and V. δκην (gen.), P. ἐν τρόπῳ (gen.), V. ἐν τρόποις (gen.), τρόπον (gen.).
As: P. and V. ὡς, ὥσπερ, ὡσπερεί, οἷα, Ar. and P. καθπερ, V. ὥστε, ὅπως, ὁποῖα, περ, ὡσεί.
It was like a woman to: V. πρὸς γυναικός ἦν (with infin.) (Æsch., Ag. 1636), same construction in Ar. and P.
v. trans.
Regard with liking: P. and V. φιλεῖν, στέργειν, P. ἀγαπᾶν, ἡδέως ἔχειν (dat.).
Put up with: P. and V. ῥᾳδίως φέρειν (acc.).
I should like to ask: P. ἡδέως ἂν ἐροίμην, same construction in V.
Would you like me to tell you: P. and V. βούλει σοὶ εἴπω (aor. subj.).

Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language. 2014.


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