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τρυ^γάω , (τρύγη):
I. with acc. of the fruit gathered, gather in the fruit or crop, “ἑτέρας [σταφυλὰς] τρυγόωσινOd.7.124, cf. Ev.Luc.6.44; σῦκα, σῖτον, Com.Adesp.812 (Pass.), 787 (anap.): metaph., τρυγήσομεν αὐτήν (sc. Εἰρήνην) Ar.Pax 1338 (lyr.); “τ. παίδων ἄνθοςAP12.256 (Mel.); “ὄμφακας ἡλικίηςIG14.769 (Naples):— Pass., Hdt.4.199, Arist.Pr.925b15, PCair.Zen. 184.5 (iii B. C.); of honey, Mosch.3.35; καθ᾽ ὥραν τετρυγημένοι (by death) Luc.Cat. 5.
II. with acc. of that from which the fruit is gathered, gather or reap off the trees or ground, ὅτε τρυγόῳεν ἀλωήν (Ep. opt. for τρυγῷεν) Il.18.566; “οἱ δ᾽ ἐτρύγων οἴναςHes.Sc.292; “ἀμπέλους τρυγῶνCom.Adesp.437; τοὺς Ταντάλου κήπους ib.530; τ. ἑαντήν (sc. τὴν ἄμπελον) X.Oec.19.19.
2. prov., ἐρήμας τρυγᾶν (sc. ἀμπέλους) strip unwatched vines, of one who is bold where there is nothing to fear, Ar.Ec.886, V.634, ubi v. Sch.
3. metaph., c. acc. pers., strip one, i. e. rob him, Luc.DMeretr.1.2: c. acc. rei, rob,βίᾳ τρυγήσαντες τὸν περιστερεῶναBGU1855.13 (i B. C.).
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