[Meaning] I make an appeal.
Pariemai: paraitoumai.
=
Timaeus,
Platonic Lexicon 999a27; also in
Photius (pi413 Theodoridis).
The headword (present indicative middle, first person singular, of
pari/hmi) occurs twice in
Plato, in
Apology 17C and
Republic 1.341B, both times in the general sense illustrated here (see LSJ s.v., VI.2). However,
Phrynichus the Atticist (92) and
Timaeus in an earlier lemma (998a7) quote the
Republic passage (
ou)de/n sou pari/emai), which can be taken as confirmation that it is the passage of relevance here too.
For other forms of the same verb, see
pi 553,
pi 591 through 593,
pi 600,
pi 601,
pi 608,
pi 609,
pi 650,
pi 651,
pi 647 through
pi 650.
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