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συγκαίω , Att. συγκαθ-κάω [α_],
A.set on fire with or at once, burn up, Pl.Ti. 22c:—Pass., to be burnt up, calcined, ib.49c, PCair.Zen.129.17 (iii B.C.), etc.; also of the effect of intense cold, D.L.2.118.
2. overheat, inflame, [“ οἶνος] ς. τὰς φλέβαςHp.Aër.9; “ταῦτα ς. τὴν κοιλίηνId.VM10, cf. Gal.15.559:—Pass., “τὸ συγκεκαυμένονProdic.4; “κοιλίη συνεκαύθηHp.Epid.1.26.δ́:—intr. in Act., κοιλίαι συγκαίειν ἀγαθαί liable to inflame, Id.Aër.7.
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    • Plato, Timaeus, 22c
    • Plato, Timaeus, 49c
    • Hippocrates, De prisca medicina, 10
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