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πεπαίνω , aor. ἐπέπα_να (v. infr. 2) :—Pass., fut. πεπανθήσομαι : aor. ἐπεπάνθην (v. infr.) : pf. inf.
A.πεπάνθαιArist.Pr.925a13 : (πέπων) :— ripen, Hdt.1.193 ; “ὀρχάτους ὀπωρινούςE.Fr.896 ; π. τὴν ὀπώραν, of the vine, bring its fruit to maturity or perfection, X.Oec.19.19, cf. Arist.Mir.846b1 ; [“ συκῆ] π. τέτταρας καρπούςThphr.HP4.2.3; but [συκῆ] π. τὴν σάρκα τοῦ ὄρνιθος, by being boiled with it, Plu.2.697b : abs., διασκοπῶν ἥδομαι τὰς . . ἀμπέλους, εἰ πεπαίνουσιν ἤδη, i.e. if the grapes are ripening, Ar.Pax1163(lyr.) :—Pass., become ripe, Hdt.4.199, Ion Trag.57, Trag.Adesp.396, Gp.4.6.1, etc.
3. in Pass., of tumours, soften and suppurate, Hp.Epid.6.2.16 ; of illness generally, come to a head, mature, Id.Aph.2.40, Prog.12 ; “μέχρι ἂν τῆς νούσου ἀκμὴ πεπανθῇId.Acut.38 ; also “οὖρα πεπαινόμεναId.Epid.1.3.
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