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παραβαίνω , Ep. impf. παρέβασκε (v. infr.): acc. pl. pres. part.
A.παρβεῶνταςAbh.Berl.Akad.1925(5).21 (Cyrene) is prob. from a byform Παραβάω: fut. -βήσομαι: pf. -βέβηκα; part. -βεβώς, Ep. -βεβα^ώς: pf. Pass. -βέβασμαι (v. infr. 11.1): aor. 2 παρέβην: aor. Pass. “παρεβάθηνTh.4.23:—go by the side of, and in pf., stand beside, twice in Hom., c. dat., of one standing beside the warrior in the chariot (cf. παραβάτης)“, Ἕκτορι παρβεβαώςIl.11.522; of two warriors, “παρβεβαῶτε . . ἀλλήλοιιν13.708; also impf. παρέβασκε, of the combatant in the chariot, 11.104; but “παρεβεβήκεέ οἱ ἡνίοχοςHdt. 7.40.
II. pass beside or beyond, mostly metaph. (lit. “π. τὸν ὅρονPHal.1.87 (iii B. C.)), in trans. sense:
b. with Prep., “π. παρὰ τὴν συγγραφήνAJA16.13 (Sardes, iv/iii B. C.).
c. c. gen., go aside from, “τῆς ἀληθείαςArist.Cael.271b8.
2. pass over, omit, S.Tr.499 (lyr.), D.18.211, Aristeas 297.
3. let pass, “καιρούςDin.1.36.
4. οὔ με παρέβα φάσμα it escaped me not, E.Hec.704 (lyr.).
III. pass on, “π. εἰς ἀπέχθειανPlb.38.12.3 (sed leg. προβῆναι).
IV. come forward, esp. of the Com. parabasis (v. παραβασις ,π. πρὸς τὸ θέατρον step forward to address the spectators, Ar.Ach.629, Eq.508, Pax735; also “οὐκ ἂν παρέβην εἰς λέξιν τοιάνδ᾽ ἐπῶνPl.Com. 92.2: similarly, metaph., “δοκεῖν παραβεβηκέναι τῇ πρώτῃ σκηνῇProcl. in Prm.p.523 S.
V. in Med., c. acc. pers., commit an offence against, Chor.p.68 B.
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