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Τὰ πάντα ῥεῖ καὶ οὐδὲν μένει -> Everything flows and nothing stands still
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Transliteration A: dōdekákrounos Transliteration B: dōdekakrounos Transliteration C: dodekakrounos Beta Code: dwdeka/krounos

English (LSJ)


   A with twelve springs, Cratin.186, Philostr.VS1.22.4.

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German (Pape)

[Seite 693] zwölfquellig, mit zwölf Sprudelröhren; στόμα Cratin. bei Schol. Ar. Equ. 523; vgl. Philostr. v. Soph. p. 525.

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

δωδεκάκρουνος: -ον, ἔχων δώδεκα κρουνούς, στόμα Κρατῖν. Πυτ. 7.

Spanish (DGE)


• Prosodia: [-ᾰ-]
de doce chorrosde la fuente de Atenas, tb. llamada Calírroe, Hsch.
fig. στόμα uso cóm. ref. a la verborrea y grandilocuencia, Cratin.198, Philostr.VS 525, D.H.Dem.28.7.

Greek Monolingual

δωδεκάκρουνος, -ον (Α)
(για πηγή) με δώδεκα κρουνούς.