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χα^λέπτω , poet. aor.
A.χάλεψαDosiad.Ara13:—Med. and Pass., v. infr. 11:—causal of “χαλεπαίνω1.2, oppress, crush,εἴρεσθαι δὲ θεῶν ὅστις σε χαλέπτειOd.4.423; “ῥέα δὲ βριάοντα χαλέπτειHes.Op.5; “πιέζειν καὶ χ.Plu.2.487b.
2. wound, τινὰ ἰῷ Dosiad.l.c.
II. provoke, enrage,ΚύπριδαAP5.262 (Agath.):—Med., to be angry,χαλεψαμένης ἈφροδίτηςD.P.484, cf. A.R.1.1341; τισι Nic.Th.309; χαλέπτεσθαί τινί τινος with one for a thing, App.BC3.43; χαλεψάμενός τινί τινος ib.3.7; τινι alone, 2.29, al.; χαλέπτεο πένθεϊ θυμόν QS.3.780:—Pass., χαλεφθείς τινι enraged at one, v.l. in Thgn.155; “μὴ χαλεφθῇς ἐμοίS.Ichn.328 (lyr.); “σύγγνωθί μοι καὶ μὴ χαλεφθῇςCom.Adesp.281.
III. intr. in Act., to be angry, vexed, τινι at a person or thing, Bion Fr.11.2.:—Poet. and late Prose.
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (5):
    • Hesiod, Works and Days, 5
    • Homer, Odyssey, 4.423
    • Apollonius Rhodius, Argonautica, 1.1341
    • Appian, Civil Wars, 3.7
    • Bion of Phlossa, Fragmenta, 11.2
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