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ῥῆξις , εως, , Aeol. ϝρῆξις Alc.149:—
A.breaking, bursting, “φλεβίουHp.Aph.4.78; sc. “ὀστέουId.VC12; “πλευμόνωνPhld.Ir.p.28 W. (pl.); ἐμπύρους τ᾽ ἀκμὰς ῥήξεις τε, i.e. both the pointed flames and the broken (the former a good omen, the latter bad), E.Ph.1256; “κατὰ ῥῆξιν νέφουςArist.Mu.394b17, cf. Stoic.1.34; ἀέρος ., as the effect of a mighty shout, Plu.Flam.10.
II. rent, cleft, Plu.2.935c (pl.); “ῥήξεις ἐν τοῖς τείχεσινPh.Bel.84.22.
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