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ἀπορρήγνυ_μι or -ύω,
2. causal, . τὸν θυμόν let one's rage burst forth, D.H.Rh.9.5, cf. Luc.Am.43; burst out with a remark, App.BC2.81: —Pass., “πόλεμος . . ἀπερρήγνυτο ἐς ἔργονId.Syr.15.
II. Pass., freq. in aor. ἀπερράγην [α^] Hdt.8.19,etc.:pf. “ἀπέρρηγμαιPh.2.510; but 3sg. “ἀπορέρηκταιGal. ap. Orib. 46.21.22:—to be broken off or severed from, ἀπό τιϝος Hdt.l.c., ib.37: abs., to be broken off, severed, Id.2.29, Th.5.10, etc.; break away from one's allegiance, rebel, J.BJ2.14.3.
2. Act., pf. ἀπέρρωγα in Pass. sense, Archil.47, etc.; φωνὴ ἀπερρωγυῖα a broken voice, Hp. Acut.(Sp.)10, Arist.Aud.804b20; “ἀπερρωγώςbroken in character, dissolute, Luc.Pseudol.17; “οἵ γε μὴ τελέως -ότεςMuson.Fr.12p.64H.; absurd, S.E.M.8.165.
III. intr. in aor. 1 Act., “ἀπορρήξας ἀπὸ δεσμῶνAP9.240 (Phil.); “κακὸν ἀπέρρηξεLuc.Abd.6.
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