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παραρρέω , aor. -ερρύην (v. infr.) : pf. -ερρύηκα (v. infr.) :—
A.flow beside, by, or past, “τὴν ΝίνονHdt.2.150 ; “τὰς ΠλαταιάςStr.9.2.31 ; “παρὰ πόλινHdt.6.20, etc. : abs., Hp.Aër.6 : prov., ὕδωρ παραρρέει, of those who promise to spare no effort, Cratin.60, cf. Lib.Ep.109.2.
II. slip off or out, “εἴ τί μοι τόξων . . παρερρύηκενS.Ph.653 ; ὅτῳ μὴ παραρ ρυείη [ἡ χιών] whom it did not slip off, X.An.4.4.11 : metaph., πολλὰ ὑμῖν παρέρρει many points escaped you, Pl.Lg.781a ; “φιλοσοφίαν καὶ ῥητορικὴν παρερρυηκυίαςhaving disappeared from memory, Gp.Prooem. 4.
2. of persons, π. τῶν φρενῶν slip away from one's senses, Eup.357.6 ; also, to be careless, neglect advice, etc., “υἱὲ μὴ παραρρυῇςLXXPr.3.21 ; “μήποτε παραρρυῶμενEp.Hebr.2.1.
III. run off, Arist.Pr.866a9 ; π. παρὰ (v.l. πρὸς τὴν ἀρτηρίαν slip into the windpipe, Id.PA664b29.
IV. φωναὶ σαθραὶ καὶ παρερρυηκυῖαι cracked and unsteady, Arist.Aud.804a32.
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