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ἀποφθείρω , fut. -φθερῶ,
A.destroy utterly, ruin, A.Ch.256; “δέμας ἀσιτίαιςE.Supp.1106.
2. have an abortion, miscarry, Hp.Epid.1.16.
II. Pass., with fut. Med., to be lost, perish, E. Tr.508, v.l. in Th.2.49.
2. to be gone, make off,ἀποφθαρεὶς ἐκ τῆς πόλεωςMen. Sam.282, cf. Alciphr.Fr.6.3: freq. in imprecations, οὐ γῆς τῆσδ᾽ ἀποφθαρήσεται; i.e. let him begone with a plague to him, E.HF1290; “οὐκ εἰς κόρακας ἀποφθερεῖ;Ar.Eq.892, Nu.789; “ἀποφθείρου ταχύMen. Sam.158; “ἀποφθάρηθιLib.Decl.33.28.
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