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βρύω [υ^], mostly pres.: impf., Pherecyd.Syr. ap. D.L.1.122, Nicaenet.7: aor. part.
A.βρύσαςProcop. (v. infr.):—to be full to bursting:
3. abs., abound, grow luxuriantly, S.El.422; of the earth, teem with produce, X.Cyn.5.12, cf. Philostr. VA3.56; of water, burst forth, “ὕδωρ βρύσαν ἐξ ὑπονόμωνProcop.Arc.19.
4. c. acc. cogn., burst forth with, gush with, γλυκύ, πικρὸν [ὕδωρ] Ep.Jac.3.11; “τὴν γῆν τὰ οἰκεῖα βρύειν φησὶν ἀγαθάAel.Fr.25; causal, “Ὧραι β. λειμῶναςHim.Or.1.19; “ῥόδαAnacreont.44.2.—Poet. and later Prose.
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