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ἔρρω go slowly, wander about, Od.; of slow, halting gait, whence Hephaestus is called ἔρρων, limping, Il. go or come to one's own loss or harm, id=Il.; ἔρρων ἐκ ναός gone, fallen from a ship, Aesch.
2.imperat. ἔρρε, Lat. abi in malam rem, away! begone! Il., etc.; so, ἔρροις Eur.; in pl. ἔρρετε Il.; and in 3rd sg. ἐρρέτω, away with him, Hom.; ἐρρέτω Ἴλιον perish Troy! Soph.; ἔρρ᾽ ἐς κόρακας, Lat. pasce corvos, be thou hung, Ar.; so, οὐκ ἐρρήσετε; οὐκ ἐς κόρακας ἐρρήσετε; id=Ar. attic of persons and things, to be clean gone, to be lost, perish, disappear, Trag.; ἐξ οἵων καλῶν ἔρρεις from what fortunes hast thou fallen, Eur.; ἔρρει τὰ ἐμὰ πράγματα, Lat. actum est de me! Xen.

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