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διαφορ-έω ,
3. plunder,ἐπαρχίαςPlu.Brut.6, etc.:—Med., PSI5.522.5 (iii B.C.):—most freq. in Pass., “οἶκον διαφορηθένταHdt.3.53; “διαφορουμένης τῆς χώρας ὑπὸ λῃστῶνD.19.315; διαφορεῖσθαι τὴν γνώμην to be robbed of one's wits, Pl. Lg.672b.
5. Pass., of ice, break up, Gp.19.6.4.
II. = διαφέρω 1.1, carry across from one place to another,ἀπὸ τῶν ξυμμάχων προσόδου διαφορουμένηςTh.6.91.
III. Medic. (cf. διαφόρησις, -ητικός):
1. dissipate by evaporation, perspiration, etc., in Pass., Aret.SD2.1, Alex.Aphr.Pr.1.68, Gal.10.657, al.
2. 'discuss', disperse by drugs or treatment, “φύματαDsc.5.156, cf. Gal.10.392: abs., Dsc.1.30.
3. exhaust by dissipating, weaken,καρδιακόν με διαφορεῖ πάθοςDiog. Oen.66: metaph., “ μερισμὸς δ. καὶ ἐκλύει τὴν ἑκάστου δύναμινProcl.Inst.86:—Pass., Gal.14.735.
IV. Pass., dispute, debate, S.E.M.1.205.
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