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ἀπορρέω , Ep. ἀπο-ρείω Nic.Th.404, fut.
A.ἀπορρεύσωSerapio in Cat. Cod.Astr.1.101,102, but “ἀπορρυ^ήσομαιDsc.5.75: aor. ἀπερρύην, part. “ἀπορρυείςA.Ag.1294; “ἀπέρρευσαPlb.5.15.7, Ath.9.381b:—Pass., “ἀπορρέοιτοGal.6.709:—flow or run off,ἀπό τινοςHdt.4.23; “ἐκ κρήνηςPl.Criti.113e,etc.: abs., stream forth, ofblood, A.Ag.1294; “τὸ ἀπορέονthe juice that runs off, Hdt.2.94, 4.23; “φλόγα τῶν σωμάτων -ουσανPl.Ti.67c; “λιγνὺς ἀπὸ τῆς φλογὸς .emanating from, Arist.Mete.374a25, cf. Mu.394a13: metaph., “ὥσπερ ἐκ πηγῆς . τῆς ἡμερότητοςPlu. Cat.Ma.5; “τὸ ἀπορρέον ἐκ νοῦ λόγοςPlot.3.2.2.
II. fall off, offruit, Hdt.1.193; fcathers, Pl.Phdr.246d; leaves, D.22.70; hair, Arist. HA518a14; flesh, “σάρκες ἀπ᾽ ὀστέων ἀπέρρεονE.Med.1201: generally, run to waste, Plot.2.1.3; of riders, “ἀπορρυέντες εἰς γῆνPlu.Eum. 7, cf.Pyrrh.30,al.
3. of persons, fall away, drop off from,ἀλλήλωνPl.Lg.776a; “ἀπό τινοςPlb.5.26.11; “τῆς αὐλῆςPlu.Arat.51: abs., slip away, decamp, Plb.5.15.7.
4. fall away, decline from,τῆς δόξηςPlu.2.199a.
5. Astrol., to be 'separated',ἀπό . .Serapio
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