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ἀπογρα?́φ-ω ,
A.write off, copy, and in Med., have a thing copied, have a copy made of, τι Pl.Chrm. 156a, Plu.2.221b; commit to writing,ὀνόματαPl.Criti.113b.
II. enter in a list, register,ἔθνος ἓν ἕκαστον ἀπέγραφον οἱ γραμματισταίHdt. 7.100:—Pass., to be registered,παρὰ τοῖς ἄρχουσιPl.Lg.914c, cf. Men. 272; “πρὸς τὸν ἄρχονταIs.6.44:—freq. Med., register as one's own property,ἄρνας δέκα δύοPOxy.246.10 (i A. D.); declare as liable to taxation, PTaur.1 vii 11 (ii B. C.), etc.
2. Med. also, register, note for one's own use,τὰ ἔτεαHdt.2.145, 3.136, cf. Heraclid.Pont. ap. Ath.11.554e, etc.
b. metaph., subscribe to,τῇ ἐμῇ αἱρέσειVett.Val.271.18.
III. as Att. law-term,
1. . τινά enter a person's name for the purpose of accusing him, give in a copy of the charge against him, And.1.12, etc.; generally, inform against, denounce, X.HG3.3.11: c. acc. et inf., “. τινὰ μορίαν ἀφανίζεινLys.7.29: Med., enter one's name as an accuser, indict,τινάAntipho6.37: abs., ibid.; of the magistrate who receives the charge, “ἀπογράφεσθαι τὴν δίκηνAntipho6.41:—in Pass., of the person accused, . φόνου δίκην ib.36, Lys.7.2, etc.
2. hand in a list or inventory of property alleged to belong to the state, but held by a private person, Id.17.4, al., D.53.1,2; “. οὐσίαν τινὸς ὡς δημοσίαν οὖσανHyp.Eux.34; generally, give in a list or statement of property, “τοῖς ἄρχουσι τὸ πλῆθος τῆς αὑτῶν οὐσίαςPl.Lg.754d; “τὰ χωρία καὶ τὰς οἰκίαςD.22.54:—Pass., 40.22:—Med., have such list given in, see it done, Lys.12.8,al.; “ἀπογραφὴν ἀπογράψασθαιD.42.16; “τίμημα μικρόνIs.7.39, cf. 11.34; . ἀπόλειψιν have it registered, D.30.17.
b. c. acc. pers., ἀπέγραψεν ταῦτα . . ἔχοντα αὑτόν gave a written acknowledgement that he was in possession of . ., Id.27.14; but ἔχειν ib.47:—in Pass., to be entered in the list [of debts], Id.25.71.
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