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κατα-κλύζω , fut. -κλύσω [υ^], poet.
A.-κλύσσωPi.O.10(11).10: pf. “κατακέκλυκαPMagd.28.10 (iii B. C.):—deluge, inundate, “τὴν γῆνHdt. 2.13 (of the Nile), cf. 99 (Pass.), Pi.O.9.50, Th.3.89, Pl.Ti.22d, OGI 90.24 (Rosetta, ii B. C.):—Pass., PPetr.2p.15[= 3 p.xv] (iii B. C.), etc.; “ὑπ᾽ ὄμβρων -κλυζόμενοςIsoc.11.12; “κόσμος ὕδατι -κλυσθείς2 Ep.Pet. 3.6.
II. wash down or away, “κῦμα κ. ψᾶφον ἑλισσομένανPi.O.10(11).10, cf. Thphr.CP3.22.3.
III. fill full of water, “τὴν πύελονAr. Pax843.
IV. clean out a bath, Gal.15.198.
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