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ὀλισθ-άνω (also ὀλισθ-αίνω Arist.Pr.936a15, 939a26, A.R.1.377, etc., but never in good Att.): fut.
A.ὀλισθήσωLXXPr. 14.19, Nonn.D.36.458 : pf. “ὠλίσθηκαHp.Art.57, 65 : plpf. ὠλισθήκειν (v. infr. 11.1) : aor. “ὠλίσθησαAP9.125, Str.Chr.4.8 (p.476 Kr.), etc. ; 3pl. “ὠλίσθησανNic.Fr.74.51 (codd. Ath., ὠλίσθηναν cj. Schn.) ; part. fem. “ὀλισθήνασαId.Al.89: but in classical Att. always aor. 2 ὤλισθον, part. ὀλισθών, inf. ὀλισθεῖν (Hom. only in Il., in Ep. 3sg. ὄλισθε, v. infr.) :—slip, fall upon a slippery path,ἔνθ᾽ Αἴας μὲν ὄλισθε θέωνIl.23.774 ; ἐκ δέ οἱ ἧπαρ ὄλισθεν his liver fell from him, 20.470 ; ἐξ ἀντύγων ὤλισθε he slipped from . . , S.El.746 ; “. τῆς χειρὸς σίδηροςArist.Mech. 854a19 ; “νηὸς ὀλισθώνAP9.267 (Phil.) ; . εἴσω, ἔξω, of a bone, slip out of the socket on one side or the other, Hp.Fract.14,37 ; “θαυμαστὰ γὰρ τὸ τόξον ὡς ὀλισθάνειslips, loses its force, S.Fr.960 : metaph., “. εἰς νοῦσονAP7.233 (Apollonid.); “ἐς ἍιδουIG14.1642 ; in moral sense, make a slip, Ar.Ra.690 ; in literary sense, “εἰς τερατώδεις . ἀναπλασμούςMetrod.Herc.831.5.
II. causal, sprain by slipping,ὠλισθήκει τὸν γλουτόνPhilostr.V A3.39, cf. Gym.14.
2. make to slip,τὰς διανοίαςLXXSi.3.24.
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (15):
    • Aristophanes, Frogs, 690
    • Homer, Iliad, 23.774
    • Old Testament, Proverbs, 14.19
    • Plato, Cratylus, 427b
    • Sophocles, Electra, 746
    • Homer, Iliad, 20.470
    • Sophocles, Ichneutae, 960
    • Apollonius Rhodius, Argonautica, 1.377
    • Hippocrates, De articulis, 11.1
    • Hippocrates, De articulis, 57
    • Hippocrates, De articulis, 65
    • Hippocrates, De fracturis, 14
    • Hippocrates, De fracturis, 37
    • Old Testament, Ecclesiasticus, 3.24
    • Philostratus the Athenian, Gymnastica, 14
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