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ὑπ-έρχομαι , aor. ὑπῆλθον, Ep. -ήλυθον, the only tense used by Hom. (in both forms); Dor.subj.
A.ὑπένθῃBerl.Sitzb.1927.158 (Cyrene); pf. “ὑπελήλυθεMen.498:—go or come under, get under, c. acc., “ὑπήλυθε θάμνουςOd.5.476; “ὑπήλθετε δῶμ᾽ Ἀΐδαο12.21; “ἐπεί κε μέλαθρον ὑπέλθῃ18.150, cf. Berl.Sitzb. l.c.; “ὄφρ᾽ ἂν γᾶν ὑπέλθῃA.Eu.339 (lyr.); [“ μήτρα] ὅλη [τὴν κύστιν] ὑπελήλυθενSor.1.7: with a Prep., ὑπὸ τὴν φορὰν τοῦ ἀκοντίου come within its range, Antipho 3.2.5; “εἰς τὴν ὁδὸν τοῦ ἀκοντίουId.3.4.5; ὑπὸ τὸ βέλος ibid.: rarely c. dat., τοῖς στενοῖς enter (come under the mountains), Plu.Comp.Per.Fab.2.
IV. c. acc. rei, seek by base arts,τυραννίδαPlu.Dio7; “φιλίανD.Chr.74.5.
V. advance slowly, of an army, X.An.5.2.30; cf. “ὑπάγωA. 111.
VI. recede, give way,ὑπελθόντος τοῦ ἀέροςArist.Cael.295a22 (s. v.l.).
VII. of excrements, pass, Gal.18(2).147, Orib.Eup.1.9.10; ὑπέρχεται ῥᾳδίως, of laxative food, Gal.6.629; also of semen, “καθεύδοντι ὑπέρχεταιRuf. ap. Orib.6.38.29.
VIII. undertake, assume, ὑπελθεῖν τοὔνομα καὶ τὸ ἔργον assume the title and the duty, Lib.Or.49.5.
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