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πίμπρημι , pres. and impf. non-thematic; imper.
A.πίμπρηE.Ion 527, 974; part. nom. pl. “πιμπράντεςTh.6.94; inf. “πιμπράναιA.Pers. 810, E.Tr.81, (ἐμ-) Plb.11.5.6, etc.: impf. “ἐν-επίμπρηνTh.6.94; 3pl. “ἐνεπίμπρασανX.HG6.5.32 :—other tenses formed from πρήθω (q. v.): fut. “πρήσωA.Th.434, (ἐμ-) Il.9.242, etc.: aor. “ἔπρησα2.415, E.Andr.390, etc.; 3sg. shortd. “ἔπρεσεHes.Th.856: pf. πέπρηκα ὑπο-, ἐμ-, κατα-) Hp.Ep.17, Alciphr.1.32, D.C.59.16:—Med., Nic.Al.345: aor. ἐπρησάμην ἐν-) Q.S.5.485:—Pass., fut. “πρησθήσομαιLXXNu.5.27; πεπρήσομαι (v.l. πρήσομαι (ἐμ-)) Hdt.6.9: aor. “ἐπρήσθηνHp.Nat.Mul.10, Amphis 30.10 (dub.), (ἐν-) Hdt.8.55, Pl.Grg.469e: pf. (ἐμ-)“πέπρησμαιHdt.8.144, Paus.2.5.5; but πέπρημαι is the Att. form acc. to Phot. s.v. σέσωται, and ἐμ-πέπρημαι is found in Ar.V.36 cod. Rav.; imper. “πέπρησοPherecr.80.—Collat. pres. ἐμ-πιπράω (v. ἐμπίμπρημι).—In the compd. ἐμπίμπρημι (q. v.; more freq. in Prose) the second μ is sts. dropped, as ἐμπίπρημι; but returns with the augm., as ἐνεπίμπρασαν; cf. πίμπλημι :—burn, burn up, “γῆν . . πυρὶ πρῆσαι κατάκραςS.Ant.201, cf.E.Tr.81; “πρῆσαι δὲ πυρὸς . . θύρετραIl.2.415, cf.9.242 (v.l.); without πυρί or πυρός, Hes.Th.856; “πρήσω πόλινA.Th.434, cf. Pers.810; “δῶμαE.Andr.390, etc.:—Pass., πίμπραμαι to be burnt, Ar.Lys.341; πέπρησο burn with fever, Pherecr. 80, cf. SIG1180.10 (Cnidus); of wounds, to be inflamed, Nic.Th.306 (but intr. in Act. “πίμπρησι δὲ χείληId.Al.438): metaph., “ἐπί τινι πίμπρασθαιLuc.Jud.Voc.8; “ἐπὶ ῬωμαίοιςApp.Ital.3.
II.= “πρήθω1.1, blow up, distend, in Pass., Hp.Nat.Mul.10, Flat.8, Nic.Al. 477, Act.Ap.28.6 (v.l.); “ἐπέπρητο ὅλαIG42(1).122.123 (Epid.) :—Act., Arist.HA522b28, Dsc.4.32. (Cf. Russ. prět' 'sweat', 'stew'.)
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