I have trouble with the distinctions between these verbs:
αἱρῶ (-έω) "take (away)"
I assume that δέχεσθαι has more to do with receiving what someone offers you - a gift or even a visitation from a guest. I assume αἱρεῖν means more to take away, like when Rome destroyed Jerusalem they took away the temple. And I assume that λαμβάνειν refers to taking something to hand.
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