overstep   
dikadikaina
to be wrought unmethodically, to be overstepped, as the letters of the alphabet pointed at but not in regular order [Richardson 1885]
dikaina
to be overstepped, to be translated [Richardson 1885]
mandika
to overstep, to transgress a law or command, to translate or interpret; to bear at uncertain or distant intervals, as cattle [Richardson 1885]
mandikadika
to work unmethodically, to overstep [Richardson 1885]
voadika
overstepped, crossed; translated, as words from one language into another [Richardson 1885]