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ὑπόληψις (later ὑπολήπ-λημψις Anon. in Tht.3.14, etc., v. infr. 11.3b), εως, , (ὑπολαμβάνω)
A.taking up, esp. taking up the cue, taking up the matter where another leaves off, “ἠνάγκασε τοὺς ῥαψῳδοὺς . . ἐξ ὑπολήψεως ἐφεξῆς αὐτὰ διιέναιPl.Hipparch.228b; cf. “ὑποβολή1.3.
2. rejoinder, reply,. ποιεῖσθαιIsoc. 11.30, cf. 12.150 (ἐπι- Cobet, Blass, in both places).
II. taking in a certain sense, assumption, notion, Pl.Def.413a sq., Arist.MM1235a20 (pl.); “. λαμβάνεινId.Rh.1417b10; “τῆς ὑπολήψεως διαφοραὶ ἐπιστήμη καὶ δόξα καὶ φρόνησις An. 427b25; but distd. fr. νόησις, ib.b17; fr. ἐπιστήμη, Id.Top.149a10; joined with δόξα, Id.EN1139b17, Epicur.Fr.239; . ψευδεῖς, μοχθηραί, Id.Ep.3p.60U., Phld.Mus.p.49 K.; μὴ τοιαύτης οὔσης τῆς ὑπαρχούσης . περὶ ἑκατέρου unless such had been the existing impression, D.18.228: Chrysipp. wrote περὶ ὑπολιήψεως, Stoic.2.9; “οἱ τῆς ἐναντίας .Sor.1.31.
2. hasty judgement, prejudice, suspicion,. εἰς τοὺς δικαστὰς οὐ δικαίαHyp.Eux.32, cf. Luc.Cal.5.
3. estimate formed of a person or thing, good or bad reputation, public opinion, Hdn.7.1.6; ἐν ὑπολήψει τυγχάνοντες being in high repute, Marcellin.Puls. 118.
4. estimate, plan, Epict.Ench.1.1.
III. perh. subvention, subsidy, Sammelb.7193vii 14, al. (ii A. D.), PTeb.341.12 (ii A. D.).
2. . ἑτέρου ἐλαιουργίου perh. taking over, BGU612.7 (i A. D.).
3. perh. payment in advance, PLond.3.895.12 (i A. D.), PRyl.2.127.25 (i A. D.).
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (8):
    • Demosthenes, On the Crown, 228
    • Hyperides, Against Athenogenes, 32
    • Isocrates, Busiris, 30
    • Isocrates, Panathenaicus, 150
    • Plato, Hipparchus, 228b
    • Epictetus, Enchiridion, 1.1
    • Old Testament, Ecclesiasticus, 3.24
    • Lucian, Calumniae non temere credundum, 5
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