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ἀνα-τρέπω , poet. ἀντρ- , Aeol. aor.
A.ὀνέτροπεAlc.Supp.25.7: pf. “-τέτροφαS.Tr.1009, And.1.131, later “-τέτρα^φαDin.1.30 codd., v.l. in D.18.296, Aeschin.1.190, 3.158: aor. 2 Med. ἀνετράπετο in pass. sense, Il.6.64, 14.447 (only here in Hom.), Pl.Cra.395d, Theoc. 8.90: aor. 2 Pass., Alex.76.3, etc.:—overturn, upset, Act., Archil.56.3, Alc.l.c.; “τράπεζανD.19.198, cf. eund.24.136; in Hom. ἀνετράπετο, = ὕπτιος ἔπεσεν, Il.6.64; “ἀνατετραμμένοςAr.Ra.543; freq. of ships, Pl.Lg.906e, Arist.Rh.1398b7, etc.; ἂν ἀνατραπῆ γὰρ πλοῖον Alex.l.c.; “τὴν σωφροσύνην, τὸν βίον ἅπανταAnd.1.131, cf. Plu. Pomp.46.
b. Medic., upset,στόμαχονGal.12.911: so abs., create nausea, Aristaenet.1.12.
3. upset in argument, refute, Ar.Nu.901; “. πρόβλημα Top.514.28.
II. Pass., to be upset, disheartened,ἀνετράπετο φρένα λύπᾳTheoc.8.90; “ταῖς ψυχαῖς .Plb.21.25.8.
2. c. acc., to be checked in, diverted from,ὁρμήνJ.BJ 2.15.6; “τὴν φιλαργυρίαν2.14.6.
3. to be turned back,εἰς χώρανHerm. ap. Stob.1.49.68.
4. to be made null and void, Just. Nov.2.2Intr.
III. stir up, arouse,ἀνατέτροφας τι καὶ μύσῃS.Tr. 1009:—Pass., of the sea in a storm, Arist.HA600a4, etc.
IV. intr. in Act., slip, trip up, Plu.2.631c; of a ship, capsize, D.Chr.34.32.
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