A.make into bricks, “τὴν γῆν” Hdt.1.179; π. πλίνθους make bricks, LXXGe.11.3: abs., make bricks, Ar.Nu.1126, Ra.800, PCair.Zen.633.21,25 (iii B. C.), PLond.1.131.302 (i A. D.), Luc.Sacr.4:—Med., Th.2.78.
III. Pass. is variously expld. by Gramm. as to be changed into bricks, built up with bricks, tortured or enslaved, EM367.43, etc.; to be duped, Hsch., Suid.