A.leading up, esp. taking a ship into the high sea, putting to sea, “ἀ. γίγνεται” Th.6.30, X.HG1.6.28.
b. bringing upstream, of a ship, OGI56.51 (Egypt, iii B. C.).
2. bringing up from the stomach or lungs, “πτυάλου ἀ.” expectoration, Hp.Acut.54, cf. 58; “σιτίων ἀπέπτων ἀ.” vomiting, Epid. 1.5; “φάρμακα τῆς ἀ.” expectorants, Morb. 3.15; “αἵματος” Erasistr. ap. Gal.Libr.Propr.1, Plb.2.70.6.
3. bringing up, rearing, “φυτῶν” Thphr.CP3.7.4.
4. lifting up of the soul to God, Iamb.Myst.3.7; “ἡ πρὸς τὸ πρῶτον ἀ.” Porph.Sent.30, cf. Eun. VSp.482B.
5. evocation, “Σεμέλης” Plu.2.293d.
II. referring to a principle, Arist.Metaph.1005a1; of phenomena to a cause, 1027b14: generally, “ἀ. πρός τι ποιεῖσθαι” Epicur.Sent.23; “ἐπὶ τὸ κοινωνικὸν τέλος” M.Ant.12.20.
2. resolution of definitions into syllogisms, Arist.APo.90a37.
3. reference to a principle, Id.Metaph.1027b14.
4. return of a defective slave to vendor (cf. “ἀνάγω” A.11.5), “ἀ. ἔστω” Pl.Lg.916a; ἀναγωγὴν ποιεῖσθαι ib. b; ἀναγωγῆς τυχεῖν ib.a, cf. Hyp.Ath.15.
5. reference of a claimant to a third party, Foed.Delph.Pell.2A17.