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ὑπολαμβάνω , also ὑπολάζυμαι (q. v.), late Dor. 3pl. fut.
A.-λαμψοῦνταιAnon.Oxy.410.99:—take up by getting under, as the dolphin did Arion, Hdt.1.24, Pl.R.453d; “τοὺς νεοττοὺς . φήνηArist.HA619b34; “τὸ κῦμα . τινάClearch.73; “νεφέλη . τινάAct.Ap.1.9.
b. bear up, support, Hdt.4.72; “. τοὺς ἐνδεεῖςStr.14.2.5, cf. D.S.19.67; “ὑπέλαβές με πέμψας μοι τὰ κριθάριαBGU48.3 (ii/iii A. D.).
2. take up, seize or come suddenly upon,ὑπὸ τρόμος ἔλλαβε γυῖαIl.3.34, Od.18.88; of a storm of wind, Hdt.4.179; of a fit of madness, Id.6.75; of a pestilence, ib.27; of a river taking up earth thrown into it, Id.2.150; of winds taking up water, ib.25; of soldiers marching, δυσχωρία ὑπελάμβανεν αὐτούς, i. e. they came suddenly into difficult ground, X.HG3.5.20: abs., “ὑπολαβὼν πυρετόςHp.Epid.5.20; of events, follow next, come next,ὑπέλαβε ναυμαχίη καρτερήHdt.8.12, cf. 6.27.
3. in discourse, take up what is said, interpret or understand it in a certain way, “ταύτῃ ὑπολαμβάνεις ἃν κακουργήσαις μάλιστα τὸν λόγονPl.R.338d; “ὃν μὴ σὺ φράζεις, πῶς ὑπολάβοιμ᾽ ἂν λόγον;E. IA523, cf. Pl.Euthd.295c; . τι εἴς τινα understand it of, i. e. apply it to, him, Aeschin.1.157; “ὥσπερ ἀκούων .Arist.Rh.1412a30; rejoin, retort, Pl.Lg.875d, D.22.10, etc.; “πρός τιTh.5.85; “τιπρός τιναςD.20.146, cf. 23.93; . τινὶ ὅτι . . Pl.R.598d; . ὡς . . X.Ath.3.12, etc.: c. acc. et inf., reply that . . , Th.5.49; ὑπολαμβάνεῖν χρὴ εἰ . . retort by asking whether . . , Lys.13.82: abs., in dialogue, ἔφη ὑπολαβών, . ἔφη, . εἶπεν, he said in answer, Pl.R.331d, Hdt.101, Th.3.113, etc.
4. take up the conqueror, fight with him, Th.8.105.
5. take up a charge, Id.6.28; . τὴν ἐπιθυμίαν τινός take up and turn it to their own use, Luc.Cal.17.
II. = ὑποδέχομαι, receive and protect, Κῦρος ὑπολαβὼν τοὺς φεύγοντας (the exiles) X.An.1.1.7; admit a visitor, Pl.Smp.212d; of a doctor, take in hand, treat a patient, Hp. Morb.1.15 (Pass.).
2. accept or entertain a proposal, Hdt.1.212, 3.146; “δυσχερῶς .D.57.35; μηδεὶς ὑπολάβῃ δυσκόλως ἐὰν . . take it amiss, ib.59.
III. take up a notion, assume, suppose, freq. of an ill-grounded opinion, “. θεῖον εἶναι τὸ ἐπαγγελλόμενονHdt.2.55; “οὐκ ἂν ὑπέλαβον τοῦτον ἀντειπεῖνAntipho 3.3.2, cf. Pl.Phd.86b, Prt.343d; “ἐὰν ὑπολάβῃ . . Ἀθήνῃσιν εἶναι, ὢν ἐν ΛιβύῃArist.Metaph.1010b10: an Adv. is freq. added to give the word a good sense, “ὀρθῶς .Pl.Grg. 458e, Arist.EN1145b21, “καλῶςId.Rh.1404a1, etc.; “βέλτιον ὑπελάβομεν εἶναι πάλιν γράψαιPCair.Zen.36.15 (iii B. C.): with εἶναι omitted, assume or understand a thing to be so and so, τὰ φύματα τεχνικώτατον ὑπειληφέναι (sc. εἶναι)“ δεῖ δύνασθαι διαλύεινHp.Medic. 10; τὸ χαλεπὸν κακὸν (sc. εἶναι)“ .Pl.Prt.341b; “. τὸν Ἔρωτα ἕν τι τῶν ὄντωνId.Phdr.263d; . τι ὡς ὂν . . Id.Prm.134c; τὸν αἰθέρα τῇδέ πῃ . conceive of the word αἰθήρ somewhat in this way, Id.Cra. 410b; “οὕτως . περί τινοςIsoc.3.26, cf. D.18.269: simply c. acc., καίπερ ὑπειληφὼς ταῦτα though I assume this to be so, Id.19.3, cf. Arist.Metaph.1005b26; “τίς σε ἀναγκάσαι δύναται ὑπολαβεῖν τι ὧν οὐ θέλεις;Arr.Epict.2.6.21; βούλει, ὑπολάμβανε ib.1.10.4; “. πλῆθος ὡρισμένονArist.Metaph.1073b13; . ὅτι . . Id.Pol.1301a25:—Pass., “τοιοῦτος ὑπολαμβάνομαιIsoc.12.5, cf. Arist.Rh.1366a26; “. μειζόνως κατὰ τὴν ἀξίανIsoc.11.24, cf. D.23.6; “ ὑπειλημμένη ἀρετήId.14.1; ὅπως ποθ᾽ ὑπείλημμαι περὶ τούτων ἀρκεῖ μοι I am content with whatever opinion of me has been formed in these matters, Id.18.269: c. inf., “τῇ φιλανθρωπίᾳ ἢν ἔχειν ὑπείληψαι παρὰ τοῖς ἀνθρώποιςIsoc. Ep.4.9, cf. Arist.Rh.1383b8; ὑπολαμβάνεται δεδωκέναι is understood to have granted, Id.SE178a20: τὸ ὑποληφθὲν πᾶν, = πᾶσα ὑπόληψις (11), Men.249.7.
2. suspect, disbelieve, X.Ages.5.6, unless τι ὑπολαμβάνουσί τινες ταῦτα οὐκ ἀγνοῶ means 'I know how some people regard it'.
2. take away, remove, seize, τοῖς ἐπικούροις φράσας τὰ ὅπλα ὑπολαβεῖν ordering his bodyguard to remove the arms (of the citizens), Id.6.58.
3. receive, ἀποτίσει . . ὑπείληφεν . . ἀργυρικὸν κεφάλαιον Mitteis Chr.220.21 (i A. D.), cf. BGU709.19 (ii A. D.).
V. . ἵππον, as a term of horsemanship, hold up the horse, check him in his course, X.Eq.7.15,9.5.
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