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peripa^t-os, ho, walking about, walk, poieisthai tous p. Pl.Phdr. 227a; eis p. ienai ib.228b; exanistasthai eis p. X.Smp.9.1; en p. einai Id.An.2.4.15: metaph., exercise, glôssês p. estin adoleschia Astyd. 7; psuchês p. phrontis anthrôpoisin Hp.Epid.6.5.5.

II. place for walking, esp. covered walk, X.Mem.1.1.10, Plu.Luc.39, IG22.2639; 'Aristotelous ..huposkious peripatous Plu.Alex.7; cf. infr. 2,3.

2. discourse during a walk, discussion, argument, Ar.Ra.942, Bato 2.3; p. peri tinos Ar.Ra.953; heôthinos p., deilinos p., Aristotle's names for his morning and evening lectures, Gell.20.5.5.

3. school of philosophy, first used of the Academy, anapeptamenou tou Platônos p. Epicur.Fr.171; etê oktô kataschôn ton p. (sc. Speusippos) Phld. Acad.Ind.p.38 M.; hoi apo tou P., name given to Xenocrates and Aristotle, because their teacher Plato was accustomed to walk about while teaching, Ammon. in Cat.3.8; hoi ek tou p. the school of Aristotle, Luc.Pisc.43; hoi ek tôn p. Str.13.1.54; hoi apo tou p. philosophoi Plu.2.1131f; tou P. prostas Antig.Car. ap. Ath.12.547d: generally, any school of philosophy, heteros p. Phld.Acad.Ind.p.39 M.; autos idion p. kataskeuasas ib.p.79 M., cf. p.53M. (pl.); hoi ton auton Aristotelei embainontes p. Diog.Oen.4.

III. Astrol., progression along the Zodiac in order to determine klêroi, Vett.Val.205.10, Cat.Cod.Astr. 8(1).245,al.