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πᾰτάσσω, Ep. impf. πάτασσον Il.7.216: fut. -άξω Ar.Lys.657, Ra. 646, Arist. Mete.371b9: aor. ἐπάταξα Thgn. 1199:—
Pass., aor. ἐπατάχθην Luc.Anach. 3,40, Ach. Tat.7.4: fut. παταχθήσομαι Luc.Fug.14: pf. πεπάταγμαι (ἐκ-) Od.18.327 (elsewh. Hom. has only pres. and impf.): Att. and LXX mostly fut. and aor. Act. (τύπτω and πλήσσω being used in other tenses):

I. intr. in Hom., beat, knock, θυμὸς ἐνὶ στήθεσσι πάτασσεν Il.7.216; πάτασσε δὲ θυμὸς ἑκάστου 23.370; ἐν δέ τέ οἱ κραδίη στέρνοισι πατάσσει 13.282, cf. Arr.Cyn.15.

II. with acc. of the thing set in motion, strike, smite, [ξίφος] πάταξον εἰς ἄκρον πόδα S. Ph.748; πρὸς κίονα νῶτον π. E.HF1007: c. acc. cogn., π. πληγήν Pl. Grg.527c, cf. Lg.879e: abs., or with acc. of person or thing struck, ὁ πατάξας the man who struck the blow, Antipho 4.3.4, Th.8.92; ἐὰν μὲν τὸν ἄρχοντα πατάξῃ τις D.21.33; of a deadly blow, ἐὰν λίθος ..ἢ σίδηρος πατάξῃ Id.23.76; sting, of a bee, Ach. Tat.2.7; of lightning, strike, Arist.l.c.; π. τινὰ δορί E.Ph.1463; πύξ Ar.Ra.548, cf. Eq. 1130 (lyr.): freq. in phrase πατάξαι θύραν, v. θύρα:—
Pass., ὁ μηρὸς πατασσέσθω Luc.Rh.Pr.19.

b. smite, slaughter, LXX Jd.9.43, al.: simply, kill, ib. 1 Ki.17.9,al.

c. afflict, visit, πατάξαι σε Κύριος παραπληξίᾳ ib.De.28.28, cf. IG12(9).1179.23 (Euboea, ii A. D.).

2. metaph., ἄτῃ πατάξαι θυμόν S.Ant.1097; πόθος καρδίαν π. Ar.Ra.54 (also μοι κραδίην ἐπάταξε ὅττι ..Thgn.l.c.); πατάξω ..μεγάλοις ποτηρίοις Timocl.20; cf. παίω 1.6.