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  • subs. Ar. and V. χελώνη, ἡ (Soph., Frag.). Look up tortoise on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google
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  • just come out of the shell: V. ἄρτι γυμνὸς ὀστράκων (Aesch., Frag.). Of a tortoise: Ar. δέρμα, τό. Of a fish: P. and V. ὄστρειον, τό. Husk: Ar. and P. λέμμα
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  • testūdo: ĭnis, f. testa, I a tortoise. I Lit., Pac. ap. Cic. Div. 2, 64, 133; Plin. 9, 10, 12, § 35; 32, 4, 14, § 32; Cic. N. D. 2, 48, 124; 2, 52, 129;
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  • subs. P. χελώνιον, τό (Aristotle). Look up tortoise shell on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google |
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  • ῠος, ἡ,    A tortoise, h.Merc.33.    2 lyre (since Hermes made the first lyre by stretching strings on a tortoise's shell, which acted as a sounding-board)
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  • χελώνη, ἡ, [from χέλυς I. a tortoise, Hhymn., Hdt.; prov. of insensibility, ἰὼ χελῶναι μακάριαι τοῦ δέρματος oh ye tortoises, happy in your thick skins
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  • Avien. Arat. 617 u. 631. chelys chelyos/is N F :: tortoise; lyre/harp (made originally from a tortoise shell); constellation Lyra
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  • ἀνὴρ κατὰ δέρμα θαυμαστὸς οἷος Aristid.Or.51(27).38; of the shell of a tortoise, Ar.V.429,1292.    2 skin of fruits, Thphr.HP4.14.10; περικαρπίων δέρματα
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  • or ἑμύς, ύδος, ἡ,    A fresh-water tortoise, esp. Emys lutaria, Arist. HA558a8, al.; also ὁ, ib.600b22. [Seite 818] od. ἑμύς, ύδος, ἡ, Wasser- oder Sumpfschildkröte
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  • 191.14 (ii A.D.), 3.964.10 (iii A.D.).    II τ. χελώνης the shell of a tortoise, Gp.12.7.5.    III = latus clavus, Suid. s.v. χλαμύς. ταβλίον: τό, κυβευτικὸν
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  • belonging to a tortoise; made of tortoise-shell: gradus, a tortoise-pace, snail's pace, Plaut. Aul. 1, 1, 10: lyra, made of or overlaid with tortoise-shell, Prop
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  • lyre, a stringed instrument with a sounding-board formed of the shell of a tortoise (not in Il. or Od.), h.Merc.423, Margites 1, Pi.O.10(11).93, N.10.21, etc
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  • ὁ,    A amphibious serpent, Nic.Th.411.    2 a kind of tortoise, Sch.Lyc.340. [Seite 1348] ὁ, 1) die Wasserschildkröte, Schol. Lycophr. 340. – 2) eine
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  • the tortoise shall outrun the hare primus testudo cursu praeveniet leporem een schildpad zal eerder een haas inhalen 乌龟很快便能超越兔子
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  • διερρυηκός by Sch.Ar.V.1169; σαῦλα ποσὶν βαίνουσα, applied to the gait of the tortoise,    A straddling, waddling, h.Merc.28; of the loose, wanton gait of courtesans
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  • ὕδασιν E.Ba. 575 (lyr.), cf. Hec.454 (lyr.); of Sciron swallowed by a sea-tortoise, χέλυος… ἐλιπήνατο λαιμόν Euph. l. c. (s. v.l.).    II intr., of the eyes
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  • and χελων-ῖτις, ιδος, ἡ,    A tortoise-stone, name of a gem, Plin.HN37.155. χελωνία: καὶ χελωνῖτις, ἡ, ὄνομα πολυτίμου λίθου, Πλίν. 37. 56. (I) η,
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  • mussels, cuttle-fishes, tortoises, etc., h.Merc.33, S.Ichn.303 (dub.l.), Hp.Steril.245, Theoc.9.25, Arist.HA528a4, etc.: hence, tortoise-shell or mother-of-pearl
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  • or sherd, testaceous, of crabs, Arist.HA525b12, al.; of the shell of the tortoise, ib.600b20; of oysters, ib.531a17; of the covering of certain eggs, Id
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  • chelyn N 9 9 ACC S F :: lyre, harp; tortoise shell (from which lyres were made); tortoise
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