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ὑποπίπτω , fut.
A.-πεσοῦμαιPhld.Mort.32:—fall under or down, sink in,. σάρξLongus 1.13: metaph., “τὸ θράσος .Plu.Crass.18.
2. fall down, cringe before any one, Pl.R.576a, X.Cyn.10.18: hence, to be subject to him, fall under his power, “τῆς Ἑλλάδος ὑπὸ τὴν πόλιν -πιπτούσηςIsoc.7.12: also of a flatterer, cringe to, fawn on, τινι Is. 6.29, D.45.63,65,59.43, Arr.Epict.4.1.55: abs., “καταντιβολεῖτον αὐτὸν ὑποπεπτωκότεςAr.Fr.625, cf. Plu.2.525d; “ὑποπεσὼν τὸν δεσπότην ᾔκαλλ᾽Ar.Eq.47, cf. Aeschin.3.116; of dogs, “προσδέχονται καὶ . ἥκονταςPhilostr.Her.Prooem.1; of suppliants, “ὑποπεσεῖν ἐπὶ δεήσειJ.AJ16.4.4; “ὑποπίπτοντα καὶ δεόμενονPlu.2.540d.
4. fall under,ἄνισοι περιφέρειαι τοῦ ἡλιακοῦ κύκλου ὑπὸ ἴσας περιφερείας τοῦ ζῳδιακοῦ κύκλου ὑποπεπτώκασινGem.1.38: metaph., fall under a class or system, “ὑπὸ τὴν τάξινIamb.VP34.241, cf. Phld. Rh.1.75 S.; c. dat., Plu.2.777b, Gal.15.453; τὰ μὲν καθόλου . . , τὰ δ᾽ ὑποπίπτοντα cases falling under the rule, Plu.2.569e.
II. get in under or among,ἐς τοὺς ταρσοὺς τῶν νεῶνTh.7.40; “φονεύειν τοὺς ὑποπίπτονταςthose who fall in one's way, Plb.3.86.11.
III. of accidents, happen to, befall, τινι E.Fr.223: intr., happen, fall out, κατὰ τὸ ὑποπῖπτον as occasion arises, Archim.Eratosth.Prooem.; “τὰ ὑποπίπτονταevents, circumstances, Plb.1.68.3; “τὰ ὑπὸ τὸν αὐτὸν ὑποπεπτωκότα καιρόνId.2.58.14; ὅταν καιρὸς ., ἐάν τις . χρεία, Id.10.17.1, 31.8.8: also, come into one's head, suggest itself, Isoc.5.85, Archim.Sph. Cyl.1Prooem.; “πᾶν τὸ ὑποπεσόνD.L.7.180; enter the mind, of ideas or impressions, Phld.Mort.39, S.E.P.1.35,40, etc.; come under observation, Id.M.8.60, Zeno Stoic.1.19; “τοῖς αἰσθητηρίοιςPhld.D.3.15; “τῇ ἁφῇSor.2.21, cf. 1.58, al.; “τῇ δυνάμει τῇ ὁρατικῇArr.Epict.1.6.4; “ταῖς ὄψεσιGp.2.10.2; “τοῖς ἰδιώταιςGal.19.218; “τῇ μαίᾳSor.1.1,2; “οἱ σολοικισμοὶ ἀκοῇ -ουσινA.D.Synt.199.2.
2. of persons, to be subjected to,τῷ ὀστράκῳPlu.Arist.1, cf. Nic.11; “αἰτίαιςHdn.6.1.7.
3. surrender, D.S.13.21, 14.46, Nic.Dam.127.7 J.; succumb, ἐν τῷ παλαίειν Plu.2.58e.
IV. collapse underneath, of a substructure, Pl.Lg. 793c.
V. of places, like ὑπόκειμαι, lie under or below,τοῖς ὄρεσινPlb.3.54.2, cf. Str.9.1.15; lie behind, Plb.6.31.1.
2. to be exposed to attack from,τοῖς πολεμίοιςId.12.21.5, cf. Str.6.2.5.
3. of persons or their actions, to be exposed or liable to,ζημίᾳPFlor.278 ii 12, 27, al. (iii A. D.); “συγκρίματιPAmh.2.68.34 (i A. D.); ἐγκυκλίῳ (a tax) POxy.1462.29 (i A. D.).
VI. of revenue, belong, accrue to, τινι Sammelb.5245.9 (i A. D.), cf. PSI4.288.9 (ii A. D.); “τῷ ἰδίῳ λόγῳPLond.2.355.8 (i A. D.).
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