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ἀνέρχομαι , (cf. ἄνειμι): aor. -ήλυθον or -ῆλθον:—
A.go up,ἀνελθὼν ἐς σκοπιήνOd.10.97; “εἰς τὴν ἀκρόπολινX.HG2.4.39; “ἐπὶ τὴν σκηνήνArr.Epict.3.22.26; “ἐπὶ βῆμαHdn.1.5.2: abs., mount the tribune, Plu. Aem.31; go up from the coast inland, Od.19.190; come up from the nether world, “. ἐξ ἈΐδεωThgn.703; “κἀξ Ἅιδου θανὼν πρὸς φῶς .S.Ph.625; “ἐξ Ἅιδου εἰς θεούςPl.R.521c.
2. of trees, grow up, shoot up, Od.6.163,167; of the sun, rise, A.Ag.658; “. ὠκεανοῖοA.R.3.1230; of water, rise, Arist.Mete.358b32, Heph.Astr.1.23: metaph., “ὄλβος .E.Or.810.
3. go up to a first principle, in argument, “ἐπ᾽ ἀρχὴν ἀνελθόντες σκοπεῖνPl.R.511d.
II. go or come back, return, ἂψ or “αὖθις .11.4.392, Od.1.317.
2. come back to a point, recur to it and say,ἄνελθέ μοι πάλιν τί . .E.Ph.1207, cf. Ion 933; πάλιν ἐπ᾽ ἀρχὴν . v.l. in Pl.Ti.69a.
III. trans., traverse,νειόνCall.Aet.Fr.7.4P.
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