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ἀναπετάννῡμι or ἀνα-ύω X.An.7.1.17 (cf. ἀναπίτνημι), poet. ἀμπ-; ἀναπετάω Luc.Cal.21: fut. -πετάσω, Att. -πετῶ Men.Fr.3 D.:—
spread out, unfold, ἀνά θ' ἱστία λευκὰ πέτασσαν Il.1.480, etc.; ἀ. βόστρυχον E.Hipp.202; τὰν ἐπ' ὄσσοις ὀμπέτασον χάριν unfold, display, Sapph.29; φάος ἀμπετάσας having shed light abroad, E.IA34; ἀναπετάσαι τὰς πύλας throw wide the gates, Hdt.3.146, cf. X.An. l. c.:—
Pass., ἀναπεπταμέναι σανίδες, θύραι, Il.12.122, Pi.N.9.2; βλέφαρα ἀναπετάννυται X.Mem.1.4.6; ἀλώπηξ ἀναπιτναμένη a fox sprawling on its back to await the eagle's swoop, Pi.I.4(3).47: in pf. Pass., to be open, lie open, οἰκία πρὸς μεσημβρίαν -πέπταται lies open to the south, X.Oec.9.4; αὐλὼν ἀναπέπταται πρὸς τὴν θάλατταν Plu. Fab.6; freq. in pf. part., open, ἐν πελάγεϊ ἀ. ναυμαχήσεις Hdt.8.60. ά; ἀ. ὄμματα X.Mem.2.1.22; ἀ. πρὸς τὸ φῶς τὴν εἴσοδον ἔχουσα, of the cave, Pl.R.514a; δίαιτα ἀ. in the open air, Plu.Per.34: metaph., ἀ. παρρησία open, barefaced impudence, Pl.Phdr.240e; ὄμμα ἀ. impudent, brazen, Zeno Stoic.1.58; ἀ. τῇ ψυχῇ δέξασθαί τι Luc.Nigr.4.