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ὑπερπίπτω ,
A.fall over, run over, of water, Plb.4.39.8; run over, project, τῶν τροπικῶν εἰς . . Str.2.2.2, cf. 2.5.27; fall over the edge, roll off, Arr.Tact.11.6.
2. fall beyond a point, pass over, [ νότος] . [τῆς Αἰγύπτου] Arist.Pr.945a25; ὄρεα ὑπερπίπτοντα [πνεύματα] winds which pass over mountains, Hp.Vict.2.38; of missiles, Aen. Tact.32.9; of a badly adjusted νευρά in a torsion-engine, ἤτοι ὑπελεύσεται τὸν λίθον ὑπερπεσεῖται αὐτόν will slip over the top of the projectile, Hero Bel.112.
3. of a number, exceed, Vett.Val.352.13; also τὸν -πίπτοντα ἄρσενα the excess of males, PTeb701.45 (iii B.C.), cf. PCair.Zen.327.46,569.131 (iii B.C.).
II. of Time, to be past, gone by,ἢν ὑπερπέσῃ νῦν ἡμέρηHdt.3.71, cf. Hp.Mul.2.133; but -πεσὼν χρόνος overtime for which interest is due, PPetr. 3p.160 (iii B.C.), PAmh.2.50.19 (ii B.C.), POxy.1040.25 (iii A.D.), etc.
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