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αἰγωλιός

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Full diacritics: αἰγωλιός Medium diacritics: αἰγωλιός Low diacritics: αιγωλιός Capitals: ΑΙΓΩΛΙΟΣ
Transliteration A: aigōliós Transliteration B: aigōlios Transliteration C: aigolios Beta Code: ai)gwlio/s

English (LSJ)

αἰγωλιός or αἰγώλιος, ὁ, a small kind of owl, perhaps Strix flammea, Arist.HA592b11, 609a27, Ant.Lib.19.3; f.l. αἰτώλιος, Arist.HA 563a31.

Spanish (DGE)

-οῦ, ὁ
• Alolema(s): tb. αἰγώλιος
orn. cierta lechuza, Tyto alba (Scop.) Arist.HA 563a31, 592b11, 609a27, 616b25, Artem.3.65, 4.56, Plin.HN 10.165, Hdn.Gr.1.123, Ant.Lib.19.3.

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

αἰγωλιός: ἢ αἰγώλιος, ὁ, εἶδος σμικρᾶς γλαυκός, Ἀριστ. Ἱ. Ζ. 8. 3. 3., 9. 17, 2., γράφεται δὲ αἰτώλιος ἐν 6. 6. 3.

Russian (Dvoretsky)

αἰγωλιός: или αἰγώλιος ὁ предполож. сова сипуха Arst.

Frisk Etymological English

Grammatical information: m.
Meaning: a kind of owl, Stix flammea (Arist.).
Other forms: also αἰγώλιος
Origin: XX [etym. unknown]
Etymology: The reading αἰτώλιος (Arist. ΗΑ 563a 31) is wrong, as appears from forms in southern Italy, agoléo etc.; Rohlfs ByzZ 37, 55. Etym. unknown. See Thompson Birds s. v.

Frisk Etymology German

αἰγωλιός: {aigōliós}
Forms: oder αἰγώλιος
Grammar: m.
Meaning: N. einer Eulenart (Arist. u. a.).
Derivative: Daß die Lesart αἰτώλιος (Arist. ΗΑ 563a 31) unrichtig ist, geht aus den heutigen unteritalischen Formen agoléo usw. vor; Rohlfs ByzZ 37, 55.
Etymology: Etymologie unbekannt. Vgl. Thompson Birds s. v.
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