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περιουσι-άζω ,
A.have more than enough, of persons, Phalar.Ep. 81.2, Heraclit.Ep.8.3 : c. dat., abound in a thing, “δυναστείᾳD.H. 6.75, cf. Crantor ap.S.E.M.11.58 ; “τρυφῇD.S.8.18 ; to be abundantly supplied, “ὑπό τινοςAlciphr.2.1 :—Med., Corn.ND15, S.E.M. 1.31, Eust.33.12.
2. expend one's means, “εἴς τιναPhalar.Ep. 69.2.
3. of an orator, speak at unnecessary length, Corn.Rh.p.396 H.
II. ofthings, abound, “τὰ ἐν τᾷ πόλει-άζονταHippod. ap. Stob. 4.1.94 ; ὅκα ἐν οἴκῳ καὶ πόλει περιουσιάζῃ whenever there is a surplus, Callicrat.ib.4.28.16.
III. Act., enrich, “τοὺς ἱππέαςApp.BC5.9, cf. 75.
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    • Appian, Civil Wars, 5.9
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