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ἀναρρήγνυμι break up the ground, Il., Hdt. break through a wall, Il., Eur.:—Pass., ναῦς ἀναρρήγνυται τὴν παρεξειρεσίαν the ship has its bow broken through, Thuc. tear open a carcase, of lions, Il.; of Ajax, δίχα ἀνερρήγνυ was cleaving them asunder, Soph. make to break forth, utter, like Lat. rumpere voces, Ar., Theocr.; ἀν. πόλιν to make it break out, excite greatly, Plut.:—Pass. to burst forth; metaph. of persons, ἀναρρήγνυσθαι πρὸς ὀργήν id=Theocr.
III.intr. to break forth, Soph.

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