A.overleaping: of a beacon, leaping over the strait, A.Ag.286.
2. c. gen., rising or appearing above, “τίς οἴκων . . ὑ. . . θεῶν;” E.Ion1549; ἄθλων ὑ. one who has reached the end of his labours, S.Tr.36.
II. of numbers the sum of whose factors (including unity) is greater than themselves (such as 12, because 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 6 = 16), opp. ἐλλιπεῖς, Nicom.Ar.1.14, cf. Mart.Cap.7.753; of the μονάς, Theol.Ar.3; cf. “ὑπερτέλειος” 2.
2. of payments, due, PSI1.66.21 (v A. D.).