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πέρνημι , 3pl.
A.περνᾶσιThgn.1215, Hippon.46 (2sg. περνᾷς dub. in 52) ; part. “περνάςIl.22.45, Hippon.52 (v. l.), E.Cyc.271 : Ep. Iterat. 3sg. “πέρνασκεIl.24.752 : Ep. fut. inf. “περάαν21.454 (but pres. περάω is wrongly inferred from forms like ἐπέρασσα) : aor. ἐπέρασσα ib.40, Od.15.387 ; part. “περάσαντεςh.Cer.132; aor. opt. 3sg. περάσειε [α^] Od.14.297; aor. subj. 2pl. “περάσητε15.453, cf. ἀποπέρνημι ; also aor. “ἔπρησαSchwyzer 714 (Samos, vi B. C.) : pf. “πέπρα_καAlex.146.1, Is.7.31, etc. (v. infr.): plpf. ἐπεπράκειν [α_] D.18.23 :—Pass., pres. 3sg. “πέρνα^ταιAr.Eq. 176, Hsch.: impf. 3pl. “ἐπέρναντοPi.I.2.7; part. περνάμενος [α^] Il.18.292 : pf. part. once “πεπερημένος21.58; elsewh. the pf. is Att. πέπρα_μαι, A.Ch.132, S.Ph.978, etc., inf. “πεπρᾶσθαιAr. Ach.734, Pax1011, And.1.73, etc.; Ion. “πέπρημαιHdt.2.56, imper. “πεπρήσθωSIG45.35 (Halic., V B.C.), inf. πεπρῆσθαι ib.38 : plpf. “ἐπέπρα_τοAr.Ach.522: aor. Trag. and Att. ἐπράθην [α_] Sol.36.7, A.Ch. 915, And.1.133, etc.; Ion. “ἐπρήθηνHdt.1.156, SIG229.5 (Erythrae, iv B. C.), etc.: Att. fut. πεπράσομαι [α_] Ar.V.179, X.An.7.1.36, later “πρα_θήσομαιSopat.6, LXX Le.25.23, etc., cf. Moer.p.294 P.: Aeol. pres. inf. πόρναμεν Hsch. (fort. πορνάμεναι): pres. part. Pass. πορνάμεναι Id.—In Att. the usual pres. in act. sense is πωλέω, fut. ἀποδώσομαι, aor. ἀπεδόμην: from πέπρα_μαι, ἐπράθην, etc. is formed the later pres. Pass. πιπράσκομαι , first found in Lys.18.20, interpol. in Pl.Phd. 69b, Sph.224a, and from this the pres. Act. πιπράσκω first found in Luc.Asin.32: impf. “ἐπίπρασκονPlu.2.178c, Per.16; Ion. πιπρήσκω Call.Iamb.1.93, v.l. in Hp.Ep.17:—export for sale, in Ep. usu. of exporting captives to foreign parts for sale as slaves, “πολλοὺς ζωοὺς ἑλον ἠδὲ πέρασσαIl.21.102, cf. Od.14.297; π. τινὰ Αῆμνον sell one to Lemnos, Il.21.40; ἐς Αῆμνον ib.58 (Pass.), 78; “σέ γε . . νηυσὶν λάβον ἠδ᾽ ἐπέρασσαν τοῦδ᾽ ἀνδρὸς πρὸς δώμαθ᾽Od.15.387; κατ᾽ ἀλλοθρόους ἀνθρώπους ib.453; “δήσειν καὶ περάαν νήσων ἔπι τηλεδαπάωνIl.21.454; “κτείνων καὶ περνὰς ν. . τ.22.45; “πέρνασχ᾽ ὅν τιν᾽ ἕλεσκε πέρην ἁλὸς . . ἐς Σάμον24.752; “οὐδ᾽ ἡμᾶς περνᾶσιThgn. l. c., cf. Hippon.46; later also of other merchandise, “ὡς χαραδριὸν περνάςId.52 (v.l. μῶν . . περνᾷς;᾿; τοῖς ξένοις τὰ χρήματα περνάντα σ᾽ εἶδον E.Cyc. l. c.:—Pass., “κτήματα περνάμεν᾽ ἵκειIl.18.292, cf. Pi.I.2.7; “πάντα . . πέρναταιAr.Eq.176.
2. simply, sell (as always in the Att. forms), “τὰ κτήματα πέντε ταλάντων πεπρακόταςIs. l.c.:—Pass., to be sold, esp. for exportation, Sol. l. c., Hdt.1.156, A.Ch.915, E.Ion310 ; ἐς Αιβύην, ἐς Θεσπρωτούς, Hdt.2.54,56; “ἐπ᾽ ἐξαγωγῇSIG45.38 (Halic., V B.C.); ὠνούμενά τε καὶ πιπρασκόμενα interpol. in Pl.Phd.69b; “τὸ ὠνηθὲν πραθένId.Lg.850a ; πραθείσης ὀλίγου [τῆς πεντηκοστῆς] the tax of 2 per cent. having been sold or let for a small sum, And.1.133.
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