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περιπα^τ-έω ,
A.walk up and down, as in a cloister, opp. βαδίζειν (take a walk), “ἐν ταῖς στοαῖςDicaearch. ap. Plu.2.796d ; walk about, Ar.Eq. 744, V.237 ; “περιπατῶν ἀνδριάςAlex.204 ; “ἐν τῷ καταστέγῳ δρόμῳPl. Euthd.273a ; “π. ἄνω κάτωAr.Lys.709 ; “π. περιπάτουςX.Mem.3.13.5, cf. Men.Pk.156 ; περιπατεῖται ὁδός the road is for walking on, A.D. Synt.279.19 : c. acc., traverse, “ὅλην τὴν ΑἴγυπτονPOxy.471.124 (ii A.D.).
2. walk about while teaching, discourse, Pl.Ep.348c, D.L.7.109 ; π. ἐς τοὺς ἀκροωμένους dispute, argue with them, Philostr.VA 1.17, cf. 7.22.
3. metaph., walk, i.e. live, Phld.Lib.p.12 O. ; “κατὰ τὴν παράδοσινEv.Marc.7.5 ; “ἀτάκτως2 Ep.Thess.3.6.
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