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Ἓν οἶδα, ὅτι οὐδὲν οἶδα –> I know only one thing, that I know nothing | all I know is that I know nothing.
Diogenes Laertius, Lives of the Philosophers, Book 2 sec. 32.
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|Definition=ποδος, ὁ, <span class="sense"><p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span class="bld">A</span> [[rough-foot]], i.e. [[hare]], [[Lepus timidus]], <span class="bibl">Cratin.400</span>, <span class="bibl">Alc.Com.17</span>, <span class="bibl">Antiph.133.6</span>, <span class="bibl">Arist.<span class="title">HA</span>511a31</span>, <span class="bibl">LXX<span class="title">Le.</span>11.5</span>, etc.; λαγωὸς δ. <span class="bibl">Babr. 69.1</span>: prov., [[χελώνη παραδραμεῖται δασύποδα]] = [[the tortoise shall outrun the hare]], Suid. </span><span class="sense">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span class="bld">II</span> in Plin., Prob. [[rabbit]], [[Lepus cuniculus]], HN 8.219, 10.173.</span>
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|Definition=ποδος, ὁ, <span class="sense"><p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span class="bld">A</span> [[rough-foot]], [[hairy-footed]], i.e. [[hare]], [[Lepus timidus]], <span class="bibl">Cratin.400</span>, <span class="bibl">Alc.Com.17</span>, <span class="bibl">Antiph.133.6</span>, <span class="bibl">Arist.<span class="title">HA</span>511a31</span>, <span class="bibl">LXX<span class="title">Le.</span>11.5</span>, etc.; λαγωὸς δ. <span class="bibl">Babr. 69.1</span>: prov., [[χελώνη παραδραμεῖται δασύποδα]] = [[the tortoise shall outrun the hare]], Suid. </span><span class="sense">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span class="bld">II</span> in Plin., Prob. [[rabbit]], [[Lepus cuniculus]], HN 8.219, 10.173.</span>
 
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Latest revision as of 14:45, 11 October 2019

Full diacritics: δᾰσῠπους Medium diacritics: δασύπους Low diacritics: δασύπους Capitals: ΔΑΣΥΠΟΥΣ
Transliteration A: dasýpous Transliteration B: dasypous Transliteration C: dasypous Beta Code: dasu/pous

English (LSJ)

ποδος, ὁ,

   A rough-foot, hairy-footed, i.e. hare, Lepus timidus, Cratin.400, Alc.Com.17, Antiph.133.6, Arist.HA511a31, LXXLe.11.5, etc.; λαγωὸς δ. Babr. 69.1: prov., χελώνη παραδραμεῖται δασύποδα = the tortoise shall outrun the hare, Suid.    II in Plin., Prob. rabbit, Lepus cuniculus, HN 8.219, 10.173.

German (Pape)

[Seite 524] οδος, ὁ, der Rauchfuß, d. i. der Haase, Arist. H. A. öfter; Cratin. Poll. 5, 68 u. a. eom.; Ath. IX, 402 e; vgl. Plin. H. N. IX, 57, der den dasypus vom Hafen unterscheidet.

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

δᾰσύπους: ποδος, ὁ, ὁ δασὺν ἔχων πόδα, δηλ. λαγωός, Lepus timidus, Κρατῖν. ἐν Ἀδήλ. 108, Ἀλκαῖ. Κωμ. Καλλιστ. 1, Ἀντιφ. Κυκλ. 2, κτλ., καὶ συχν. παρ’ Ἀριστ. Ἱ. Ζ.· λαγωὸς ὁ δ. Βαβρ. 69. 1. ΙΙ. παρὰ Πλιν. πιθ. κόνικλος, Lepus cuniculus, 8. 81., 10. 83.

French (Bailly abrégé)

ποδος (ὁ) :
sorte de lièvre à pattes velues (lepus timidus), animal.
Étymologie: δασύς, πούς.

Spanish (DGE)

(δᾰσύπους) -ποδος, ὁ

• Prosodia: [-ῠ-]
zool.
1 liebre, Lepus timidus o Lepus europaeus Cratin.434, Alc.Com.17, Antiph.131.6, Nausicr.2, Arist.HA 511a31, IG 12(2).72.5 (Mitilene III/II a.C.), LXX Le.11.5, De.14.7, Plu.2.730a, 971a, Hsch., prov. πρότερον χελώνη παραδραμεῖται δασύποδα Sud.
2 prob. conejo, Oryctolagus cuniculus Plin.HN 8.219, 10.173.

Greek Monolingual

ο (AM δασύπους, -οδος)
όποιος έχει μαλλιαρά πόδια
νεοελλ.
γένος θηλαστικών της οικογένειας τών δασυποδιδών
αρχ.
1. ο λαγός
2. (παροιμ. φρ. «χελώνη παραδραμείται δασύποδα» — η χελώνα θα ξεπεράσει τον λαγό.

Greek Monotonic

δᾰσύπους: -ποδος, αυτός που έχει μαλλιαρά πόδια, δηλ. ο λαγός, σε Αριστ.· λαγωὸς ὁ δ., σε Βάβρ.

Russian (Dvoretsky)

δᾰσύπους: ποδος ὁ («мохноногий»):
1) заяц (Lepus timidus) Arst.;
2) кролик (Lepus cuniculus) Plut.

Dutch (Woordenboekgrieks.nl)

δασύπους -οδος, ὁ haas.

Middle Liddell


rough-foot, i. e. a hare, Arist.; λαγωὸς ὁ δ. Babr.