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περίπλεως , ων , pl. περίπλεω, neut. -πλεα: also περίπλεος , ον, Arist.Phgn.810a32, A. R. 1.858; poet. περίπλειος Arat. 1118:— c. gen.,
A.quite full of a thing, Th.4.13, Arist.HA585a24, etc.; “μυκηθμοῖο π. βόεςArat. l.c.; ψυχὴ π. σώματος soul burdened with body, Plu.Rom.28 : c. dat., filled with a thing, A.R. l.c., Dsc.3.4, AP6.28 (Jul. Aegypt.).
2. full, large, “νεφροίArist.PA672a27 ; κνῆμαι Id.Phgn.l.c.
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    • Thucydides, Histories, 4.13
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