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πτύσσω (never πτυέλ-ττω ), (ἀνα-) S.Fr.301:fut.πτύξω ἀνα-) E.HF1256: aor. ἔπτυξα (v. infr.):—Med., Od.2.77 (ποτι-), etc.: fut. πτύξομαι προσ-) 3.22: aor.
A.ἐπτυξάμηνAr.Nu.267:—Pass., Il.13.134, etc.: aor. ἐπτύχθην ἀν-, δι-) X.Cyr.7.5.5, S.Ant.709: aor. 2 ἐπτύγην [υ^], ἀν-) Hp.Int.48: pf. “ἔπτυγμαιApp.BC4.72, etc., (ἀν-) E.El.357; “πέπτυκταιArist.HA536a11: plpf. ἔπτυκτο προσ-) Pi.I.2.39:—fold, double up, χιτῶνα, εἵματα πτύξαι, fold up garments and put them by, Od.1.439, 6.111,252; “σπλῆναHp.Fract.8; χεῖρας πτύξαι ἐπί τινι fold one's arms over or round another, S.OC1611; βιβλίον fold, close a book, Ev.Luc.4.20.
II. Pass., of the foetus, Hp.Mul.1.69; of bandages, Gal.18(1).826; “γραμματεῖα ἐπτυγμέναHdn.1.17.1; πύργοι ἐπτ. App. l.c.; ἔγχεα δὲ πτύσσοντο perh. were interlaced, Il. l.c.
2. fold or cling round, “χιτὼν . . ἀμφὶ μηρὸν πτύσσεταιS.Fr.872.3 (lyr.).
III. Med., fold round oneself, wrap round one, τι Ar.Nu.267.
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