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πρίω (later πρίζω, πριόω, qq. v.), imper.
A.πρῖεS.Fr.897, Ar.Ra.927: impf. ἔπι_ον ἐξ-) Th.7.25 : aor. “ἔπι_σαHp.VC14, Th.4.100: pf. πέπρι_κα ἐμ-) D.S.17.92:—Med., Babr.28.8, Luc.DMeretr.12.2:— Pass., fut. “πρισθήσομαιAen.Tact.19: aor. “ἐπρίσθηνHp.Epid.5.16, 27: pf. “πέπρισμαιId.VC15, Dsc.4.65, (δια-) Pl.Smp.193a, (ἐκ-) Ar.Pax1135 (dub.):—saw, π. δίχα saw asunder, Th.4.100; “π. τὸν ἐλέφανταLuc.Hist.Conscr.51: abs., prob. in Ar.V.694:—Pass., “κέρατα ὅταν πρισθῇPlu.2.953b; “χειρὸς . . πριομένηςcut, abraded, Opp.H. 3.315.
2. in surgery, trephine, Hp.VC12, al.,
3. pf. part. Pass. “πεπρισμένοςserrated, Dsc.4.65.
II. π. ὀδόντας grind or gnash the teeth, in disease, Hp.Prog.3; esp. with rage, “μὴ πρῖε τοὺς ὀδ.Ar.Ra.927; “τὰς σιαγόνας πρίωνBabr.96.3:—Med., Luc.DMeretr.12.2.
2. generally, bite,ὀδόντι πρῖε τὸ στόμαS. Fr.897; [“ἀμίαι] πρίουσιOpp.H.2.575: metaph., “θυμὸν ὀδὰξ πρίοντεςId.C.4.139; ἐπί οἱ πρῖεν χόλον gnashed fury against him, A.R.4.1671:—Pass., to be irritated, provoked, τινι by or at a thing, “πριομένα κάλλει ΓανυμήδεοςAP9.77 (Antip. Thess.); “ἔνδοθεν δὲ πρίεταιMen.902; but μὴ πρίου is prob. f.l. for μὴ πρήθου (cj. Bgk.) in Babr. 28.8.
3. cut off syllables, Anon.Rhythm.Oxy.220 viii 3.
III. seize as with the teeth, grip, bind fast,ζωστῆρι πρισθεὶς ἱππικῶν ἐξ ἀντύγωνS.Aj.1030, cf. “ἐκ1.6. [ι_: ι^ only in later Poets, “ἀπέπρι^σεAP11.14 (Ammian.).]
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