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αἰνιγμός

Cras amet qui numquam amavit quique amavit cras amet → May he love tomorrow who has never loved before; And may he who has loved, love tomorrow as well
Pervigilium Veneris
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Transliteration A: ainigmós Transliteration B: ainigmos Transliteration C: ainigmos Beta Code: ai)nigmo/s

English (LSJ)

ὁ, riddle, mostly like αἴνιγμα in plural, δι' αἰνιγμῶν ἐρεῖν Ar. Ra.61, cf. Pl.Ti.72b, Aeschin.3.121; ἐν αἰνιγμοῖσι σημαίνειν τι E. Rh.754; ἐν αἰ. λαλεῖν Anaxil.22.23: sg., Callisth. ap. Ath.10.452a.

Spanish (DGE)

-οῦ, ὁ
enigma, acertijo gener. en plu. en sintagmas δι' αἰνιγμῶν, ἐν αἰνιγμοῖς, etc.: δι' αἰνιγμῶν ἐρεῖν Ar.Ra.61, ἐν αἰνιγμοῖς σημαίνει E.Rh.754, cf. E.Ph.1353, Pl.Ti.72b, Anaxil.22.23, Aeschin.3.121, Plu.Galb.24, Sch.E.Hipp.345
sg. ἐν αἰνιγμῷ Callisth.Olynth.13.

French (Bailly abrégé)

οῦ (ὁ) :
énigme.
Étymologie: αἰνίσσομαι.

German (Pape)

ὁ, Rätsel, δι' αἰνιγμῶν ἐρῶ Ar. Ran. 61; Plat. Ep. II.312d; ἐν αἰνιγμοῖς φαίνειν Eur. Rhes. 754. Sing. selten, z.B. Ath. X.452a.

Russian (Dvoretsky)

αἰνιγμός: ὁ Eur., Arph., Plat. = αίνιγμα.

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

αἰνιγμός: ὁ, ἀσαφής λόγος, ὡς ἐπὶ τὸ πολὺ ὡς τὸ αἴνιγμα, κατὰ πληθ., δι᾿ αἰνιγμῶν ἐρεῖν, Ἀριστοφ. Βάτρ. 61, πρβλ. Πλάτ. Τίμ. 72Ε., ἐν αἰνιγμοῖσι σημαίνειν τι, Εὐρ. Ρῆσ. 754· ἐν αἰν. λαλεῖν, Ἀναξίλας ἐν «Νεοττίδι», 23.

Greek Monotonic

αἰνιγμός: ὁ = αἴνιγμα, αίνιγμα, γρίφος· δι' αἰνιγμῶν ἐρεῖν, σε Αριστοφ.· ἐν αἰνιγμοῖσι σημαίνειν τι, σε Ευρ.

Middle Liddell

= αἴνιγμα
a riddle, δι' αἰνιγμῶν ἐρεῖν Ar.; ἐν αἰνιγμοῖσι σημαίνειν Eur.

English (Woodhouse)

hint, implication, riddle, dark saying

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Translations

riddle

Afrikaans: raaisel; Albanian: gjëegjëzë, gjëagjëzë, sitë; Arabic: لُغْز‎, أُحْجِيَّة‎, مُعْضِلَة‎; Egyptian Arabic: فزّورة‎; Armenian: հանելուկ; Assamese: সাঁথৰ; Azerbaijani: tapmaca, müəmma; Belarusian: загадка; Bulgarian: гатанка, загадка; Burmese: စကားထာ; Catalan: endevinalla; Chinese Mandarin: 謎語, 谜语; Czech: hádanka; Danish: gåde; Dutch: raadsel; Esperanto: enigmo; Estonian: mõistatus; Faroese: gáta; Finnish: arvoitus; French: énigme, devinette, devinaille; Galician: adiviñanza, cousiliña, adiviña; Georgian: გამოცანა; German: Rätsel; Greek: αἰνιγμός, αἴνιγμα, αἴνιξις, αἶνος, γρῖφος; Ancient Greek: αἴνιγμα, γρῖφος; Hebrew: חִידָה‎; Hindi: पहेली, बुझोवल, समस्या, रहस्य, राज़, राज, भेद, प्रहेलिका; Hungarian: rejtély, talány, rejtvény; Icelandic: gáta; Irish: tomhas; Italian: enigma, indovinello; Ivatan: kabbuni; Japanese: なぞなぞ, 謎々; Kapampangan: bugtung; Kazakh: жұмбақ; Korean: 수수께끼; Kyrgyz: табышмак; Ladino: endevinas; Latin: aenigma; Latvian: mīkla; Lithuanian: mįslė; Macedonian: загатка; Malay: teka-teki; Maori: panga, pere; Mirandese: adebina; Norwegian: gåte; Occitan: devinalha, enigma, charrada; Pashto: معما‎; Persian: چیستان‎, معما‎; Polish: zagadka; Portuguese: enigma, charada, adivinha; Romanian: ghicitoare, cimilitură; Russian: загадка; Scottish Gaelic: dubh-fhacal; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: за̏гоне̄тка, енигма; Roman: zȁgonētka, enigma; Slovak: hádanka; Slovene: uganka; Spanish: enigma, acertijo, adivinanza, quisicosa; Swahili: fumbo; Swedish: gåta; Tagalog: bugtong; Tajik: чистон, муаммо; Turkish: bulmaca, esrar, bilmece; Ukrainian: загадка; Urdu: پہیلی‎, معما‎; Uyghur: تېپىشماق‎; Uzbek: topishmoq; Vietnamese: câu đố; Walloon: advina; Welsh: pos; Yakan: untukan