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παρ-άγω , fut.
A.-ξωPhld.Rh.1.19 S.: pf. “παραγέωχαPTeb.5.198 (ii B. C.), “παραγείοχαStud.Pal.22.3 (ii A. D.):—lead by or past a place, c. acc. loci, Hdt.4.158, cf. 9.47; πάραγε πτέρυγας fly past, E.Ion166 (lyr.); “π. θριάμβουςApp.Mith.117, cf. BC2.101; of a person, “ἐν θριάμβῳ παράγεσθαιPlu.Caes.55.
3. bring round or forward, “ἀγκῶνα παρὰ τὸ στῆθοςHp.Art.2, cf. 74; twist round or out of place, Sens.16.19.
4. π. ὑπόχυμα couch a cataract, Gal.Thras.23.
5. divert, “ὑδραγωγόνPOxy.971 (i/ii A. D.).
2. divert from one's course, influence, “ΜοίραςHdt.1.91: c. acc. pers. et gen. rei, divert from, [τινὰ] τοῦ τῆς ῥητορικῆς τέλους Phld.l.c.; induce, lead to or into a thing, “ἔς τιE.IT478: mostly in bad sense, π. ἐς ἀμπλακίην, ἐς ἀναιδείην, Thgn.404, Archil.78:—Pass., to be influenced, persuaded, “οἷοι θυσίαις τε καὶ εὐχωλαῖς παράγεσθαιPl.R.365e, cf. Lg. 885b, Th.2.64; “λόγῳ παραχθέντεςX.Mem.4.8.5: c. inf., “παρηγμένος μισθοῖς εἰργάσθαι τιS.Ant.294.
3. of things, lead aside: hence, wrest, π. τοὺς νόμους ἐπί τι pervert the laws to this end, Pl.R.550d, cf. Is.11.36; “οἱ θεοὶ τῶν πονηρῶν ἀνθρώπων τὴν διάνοιαν π.Lycurg.92; “π. τὴν ἀλήθειανPhilostr.Ep.35:—Pass., τὰ γράμματα παρῆκται, from age, Paus.6.19.5.
5. change slightly, of letters in the derivation of words, Pl.Cra.398c, 398d, 400c, Plu.2.354c: freq. in Gramm. in Pass., to be derived, ἀπό . . Demetr.Lac.Herc.1014.58, D.T.641.4, A.D.Pron.34.25; ἐκ . . Id.Synt.111.2; παρά c. acc., Id.Adv.146.10: c. gen., τὸ μελιτηρὸν τοῦ τηρεῖν [παραχθέν] Id.Pron.30.17: generally, to be formed, “διὰ τοῦ "θεν"Id.Adv.184.12; “τὴν κτητικὴν διὰ τῆς "οι" π.Id.Pron.109.6; to be inflected, ἀντωνυμίαι ὡς ὀνόματα εἰς τὰ γένη καὶ τὰς πτώσεις π. ib.111.2, cf. Synt.110.8; ἀνδριὰς οὐ λέγεται ξύλον, ἀλλὰ παράγεται ξύλινος is called by a modification, Arist.Metaph.1033a17.
III. bring and set beside others, bring forward, introduce, “ἐς μέσονHdt.3.129; “εἰς τὸ μέσονPl. Lg.713b; “εἰς ὑμᾶςAntipho 4.1.5; π. εἰς τὸν δῆμον bring before the people, Lys.13.32, cf. Th.5.45; εἰς τὸ δικαστήριον before the court, D.26.17; “παραχθῆναι τὴν γραφήνAntipho 2.3.6; also, bring forward as a witness, etc., “τὸν ἥκοντα παρήγαγονD.18.170:—Med., “μάρτυρα παραγόμενοςPl.Lg.836c.
b. introduce on the stage, bring in, Ath. 3.117d, 6.230b, al., D.L.2.28, prob. in Anon. de Com.(CGF p.7); “οἵους οἱ κωμῳδοδιδάσκαλοι π. ἀγροίκουςArist.EE1230b19: hence, represent, portray, “τοξότας αὐτοὺς παρήγαγονCorn.ND32, cf. 14 (Pass.).
c. produce, deliver, “ἐπὶ τὰ χώματα καλαμείανPTeb.5.198 (ii B. C.), cf. 92.8 (ii B. C., Pass.).
2. bring in, with a notion of secrecy, “ἄνδρας π. ἔσωHdt.5.20:—Pass., come in stealthily, slip in, “π. γὰρ ἐνέρων δολιόπους ἀρωγὸς εἴσω στέγαςS.El.1391 (lyr.); of things, “τὸ ὕδωρ ὀρύγμασι καὶ τάφροις εἰς τὸ πεδίον π.Plu.Cam.4.
IV. carry on, protract, “τὴν πρᾶξινD.S.18.65; π. τὸν χρόνον pass it, Plu.Agis13, etc.; v. infr. B. III.
VI. produce, create, Plot.6.8.20, etc.; τὸ παράγον, opp. τὸ παραγόμενον, Procl.Inst.7, cf. Dam.Pr.32, etc.:—Pass., “ἀπὸ τῶν ἀτελεστέρων τελειότερα παράγεταιIamb.Myst.3.22, cf. Gp.9.1.1.
VII. draw along, ἄνωθεν κάτω τὰς χεῖρας (in massage), Herod.Med. ap. Orib.6.20.8.
B. intr., pass by, pass on one's way, X.Cyr.5.4.44, Euphro 10.15, Plb.5.18.4, etc.; “τοῖς παράγουσιν χαίρεινIPE2.378 (Phanagoria): also c. acc., pass by, “μνήματαLyr.Alex.Adesp.37.25; “κώμηνPTeb.17.4 (ii B. C.).
2. pass away, LXX Ps.143(144).4, 1 Ep.Cor.7.31:—in Pass., 1 Ep.Jo.2.8,17.
II. pass along the coast, Plb.4.44.3; simply, go, “εἴσω πάραγεMen.Epit.188, cf. 194, Sam.80, Pk.275.
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