It seems that besides the frequent occurence of ἑλκύσειν being used of things that require quite some force, it is often used of rythmic movements - drag and stop drag and stop, movements with an opposite movement that after doing it requires one to ἑλκύσειν again for the next time - rather than a nice constant and smooth movement. It seems multidimentional, not always a lot of force nor always rhythmic.
Is the (quite frequent) rhytmic nature of ἑλκύσειν conincidental or significant enough to warrant a mention?
Semantic Range, Lexicography, and other approaches to word meaning - in general, or for particular words.
1 post • Page 1 of 1