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ὑπεραίρω ,
A.lift or raise up over,εἰς τὸν ἔξω τόπον τὴν τοῦ ἡνιόχου κεφαλήνPl.Phdr.248a; “τὴν ὀφρῦν ὑπὲρ τοὺς κροτάφουςLuc.Am.54; ἑρμάτων . τὸ σκάφος over the rocks, Philostr.VA3.23; . τὸ φθέγμα raise it very high, Luc.Ner.9:—Med., lift oneself or rise above,πάντωνAnon. in Rh.1.632 W.: abs., to be lifted up, 2 Ep.Cor.12.7; give oneself airs, be coy, Aristaenet.1.17, 2.6; exalt oneself above,ἐπὶ θεόν2 Ep.Thess.2.4.
II. intr.,
1. c. acc., jump over,τειχίαX.Eq.Mag.8.3; cross,ἌλπειςPlb.2.23.1; “. τὸ πέλαγοςpass over, Id.1.28.1; . τὴν ἄκραν double the cape, Id.1.54.7; κάμψαντες τὸν Πάχυνον . [τὸ πέλαγος] εἰς . . Id.1.25.8; also “τὸν ΚαταράκτηνOGI654.6 (Egypt, i B. C.): abs., cross the sea, Plb.1.47.2: as naval and military term, outflank,τὸ λαιὸν τῶν πολεμίωνPlb.1.50.6, cf. 3.73.7, etc.: without a sense of motion, rise above,τὸ ὕδωρThphr. HP4.8.10; “τὸ μέγεθος τοῦ δένδρουId.CP5.14.9.
2. excel, τινι in a thing, D.18.220: c. acc., excel, Id.60.21, Aristeas 16, Philostr.Her.2.19; “τοὺς πρὸ ἑαυτοῦ ἡγεμονεύσανταςSIG877 A5 (Delph., ii/iii A. D.); “νοῦν ὑπεραίρειPlot.6.7.22.
III. c. gen., pass beyond, double a cape, “τοῦ ἀκρωτηρίουPhilostr.VA3.24; rise above,τῆς γῆςId.Her.19.16.
3. c. gen., despise, ib.1.2, Philostr.Jun.Im.7.
IV. overflow,τὰ ἀγγεῖαArist.Mir.835a32: abs., of a stream, “. εἰς τὰ χωρίαD.55.10.
2. . ὑπέρ τι project beyond . . , Arr.Tact.12.9; οἱ ἐν τῷ τρίτῳ ζυγῷ . τοὺς πρωτοστάτας πήχεις ς´, i.e. their σάρισαι project beyond . . , Ael.Tact. 14.4; ὑπεραίρειν ἔξω τὰ βλέφαρα project beyond the eyelids, of a tumour, Aët.7.36, cf. 15; overlap, Aristarch.Sam.8.
V. Ὑπεραίρων, οντος, , Most Excellent, = Lat. Exsuperatorius, name given to December by Commodus, D.C.72.15.
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