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σύλληψις , εως, , Ion. σύλλαψις v.l. in Heraclit.10:—
A.taking together, conjunction, of sounds, Nicom.Harm.9; of two consonants, Sch.Heph.p.104 C., al.; inclusion, comprehension, A.D.Pron.19.20, Synt.216.17, Dam.Pr.427; συλλήψεως ἐπιρρήματα (e.g. ἅμα) D.T. 642.14; summing up, “τῶν ἀποδείξεωνId.643.9; compendious statement, “ς. διὰ βραχέων τῆς ὅλης θεωρίαςGal.18(2).848.
2. Rhet., a figure by which a predicate belonging to one subject is attributed to several, Hdn.Fig.p.100 S., etc.
b. κατὰ-ψιν ὅρος, i.e. embracing the adversary's counterplan as well as the original plan, Hermog. Stat.4, cf. Arg.D.21.12.
II. seizing, laying hold of, arresting, apprehending, λῃστῶν ξ. IG12.42.24; τὴν ξύλληψιν ποιεῖσθαι arrest, Th.1.134; “τήν τινος ς. κατασκευάσαιAeschin.3.223, cf. Lys.19.7; “ς. νεώςPlb.1.46.9.
III. conception, pregnancy, Arist.HA582b11, al., Sor.1.23, al.; ἐν τῇ μῃτρὶ Ῥωμύλου ς. Plu.Rom.12; ἀκόλαστοι ς. Plot.4.4.30.
IV. taking part with another, assistance, Plu.2.808f (pl.).
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (6):
    • Aeschines, Against Ctesiphon, 223
    • Demosthenes, Against Midias, 12
    • Lysias, On the Property of Aristophanes, 7
    • Thucydides, Histories, 1.134
    • Polybius, Histories, 1.46.9
    • Plutarch, Romulus, 12
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