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δακτυλίδιον

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Democritus, fr. 115 D-K
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Transliteration A: daktylídion Transliteration B: daktylidion Transliteration C: daktylidion Beta Code: daktuli/dion

English (LSJ)

[λῑ], τό, Dim. of δακτύλιος, A ring, IG11(2).161B119 (Delos, iii B. C.), BGU1104.13 (8 B.C.), PAmh.126.55 (ii A. D.), Poll.2.155, 5.100, BGU843.8, etc., but rejected by Atticists, cf. AB88. II δακτυλίδιον [λῐ], τό, Dim. of δάκτυλος, pinky, pinky toe, Ar. Lys.417.

Spanish (DGE)

(δακτῠλίδιον) -ου, τό
• Alolema(s): -διν GDRK 50.4, EDE 273, SB 9616ue.7 (VI d.C.)
• Prosodia: [-λῑ-]
1 dedito, dedo pequeño del pie, Ar.Lys.417
de la mano meñique ἐὰν δὲ ἄχυρον ἢ ψάμμος ἤ τι τοιοῦτον ἐμπέσοι (εἰς τὸν ὀφθαλμόν) ... δακτυλιδίῳ ἔξελε Aët.7.18
como adj. del tamaño de un dedito συντεμὼν εἰς δακτυλιδίους ... τόμους Damocr. en Gal.13.1000.
2 anillo, sortija δ. μικρόν Charito 1.13.11, ἐν[ώ] τια καὶ δ. BGU 1104.13 (I a.C.), cf. PAmh.126.55 (I d.C.), BGU 843.8 (I/II d.C.), Poll.2.155, PDura 30.21 (III d.C.), de diversos materiales χρυσοῦν IG 11(2).161B.119 (III a.C.), κολοβάφινον ID 1439Bbc.2.94 (II a.C.), περικεχρυσωμένον ID 1441A.2.81 (II a.C.), σιδηραῖον SB l.c., διαχρυσοῦν PMasp.340ue.32 (biz.), frec. c. piedras engarzadas δακτυλίδια δύο ὧν τὸ ἓν λίθον ἔχον ID 1409Ba.1.100, cf. 1443B.1.110 (ambas II a.C.), ὁ ἐπὶ τῷ δακτυλιδίῳ σμάραγδος Luc.Ep.Sat.29, διάλιθον IG 11(2).158A.6 (III a.C.), ἔνλιθον PSI 1033.12 (II d.C.), ἐγκλείσας (ψηφίδα) χρυσῷ δακτυλιδίῳ Alex.Trall.2.475.23, y frec. empleado como sello σφραγίδιον ἐλεφάντι[νον μικ] ρὸν δ. ἔχον IG 22.1455a.10 (IV a.C.), σφυ[ρίδιο] ν ἐσφραγισμένον ... ἐν τῷ ἀργυρῷ [δα] κτυλειδίῳ PWash.Univ.30.9 (III d.C.) en BL 8.509, cf. Hsch.δ 141, SB 9139.10 (VI d.C.), T.Sal.7.3.

German (Pape)

[Seite 520] τό, dim. von δάκτυλος, Fingerchen, kleiner Zeh, Ar. Lys. 417. – Sp. = δακτύλιος.

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

δακτῠλίδιον: [λῑ], τό, ὑποκορ. τοῦ δακτύλιος, Πολυδ. Β΄, 155., 5. 100, κτλ., ἀλλ’ ἀποδοκιμάζεται ὑπὸ τῶν ἀττικιζόντων, Α. Β. 88. Ἴδε Κόντου Ἐφημ. Φιλομ. 1880, σελ. 132. ΙΙ. δακτῠλίδιον [λῐ], τό, ὑποκορ. τοῦ δάκτυλος, δακτυλάκι, Ἀριστοφ. Λυσ. 417 (ἔνθα τὸ μέτρον εἶναι ἐλλιπές· ἴδε Δινδόρφ.).

Russian (Dvoretsky)

δακτῠλίδιον: τό мизинец ноги Arph.

Dutch (Woordenboekgrieks.nl)

δακτυλίδιον -ου, τό [δάκτυλος] kleine teen.

Léxico de magia

τό anillo δ. πρὸς πᾶσαν πρᾶξιν καὶ ἐπιτυχίαν anillo para toda operación mágica y para el éxito P XII 202 P XII 271 τελέσεις δὲ τὸ δ. ἅμα τῇ ψήφῳ consagrarás el anillo junto con la piedra P XII 209

Translations

little finger

Alabama: ilbochòosi; Arabic: خِنْصِر‎; Egyptian Arabic: خنصر‎; Aramaic: ܚܨܪܐ‎; Armenian: ճկույթ; Bashkir: сәтәкәй; Basque: atxiki; Belarusian: мязі́нец; Bikol Central: gigis; Breton: biz-bihan; Brunei Malay: jari kalingking; Bulgarian: кутре, малък пръ́ст, малешка; Burmese: လက်သန်း; Catalan: dit petit; Central Melanau: tujok ingeh; Chinese Cantonese: 小指, 手指尾, 尾指; Hakka: 手指尾; Mandarin: 小指, 小拇指, 小拇哥, 小手指, 尾指; Min Nan: 尾指, 尾指仔, 尾指指, 尾指指仔, 煞尾指, 尾指頭仔, 尾指头仔, 尾抅仔, 不吉; Classical Nahuatl: mahpiltōntli; Coptic: ⲥⲁⲗⲟⲩⲡⲓⲛ; Crimean Tatar: kiçik parmaq; Czech: malík, malíček; Danish: lillefinger; Dolgan: ылгын чөмүйэ; Dutch: pink; English: auricular, digit V, ear finger, ear-finger, fifth digit, fourth finger, little finger, mercurial finger, minimus, pinkie, pinkie finger, pinky, little finger; Esperanto: malgranda fingro, etfingro; Estonian: väike sõrm; Finnish: pikkusormi, pikkurilli; French: petit doigt, auriculaire; Galician: maimiño, molecrín, velleco; Georgian: ნეკი, ნეკა თითი; German: kleiner Finger; Greek: μικρό δάκτυλο, μικρό δάχτυλο; Ancient Greek: δακτύλιον, δακτυλίς, δακτυλίδιον, μύωψ, κακκόρ, κασκός; Hebrew: זרת‎; Hindi: कानी उँगली, कानी, छिगुनी, कनिष्ठिका, कनिष्ठा; Hungarian: kisujj; Icelandic: litlifingur; Ido: mikrafingro, orelofingro; Ilocano: kikit; Indonesian: jari kelingking; Interlingua: digito auricular, auricular; Irish: méar bheag; Italian: mignolo, dito mignolo; Japanese: 小指; Javanese: jenthik, klingking; Kazakh: шынашақ; Korean: 새끼손가락, 소지(小指); Kurdish Central Kurdish: تووتە‎; Northern Kurdish: qilîçk; Latin: digitulus; Laz: წულუ კითი; Limos Kalinga: pasengsengket; Macedonian: мал пр́ст; Malay: jari kelengkeng; Maltese: saba' żgħir; Manchu: ᡶᡳᠶᠠᠩᡤᡡ; ᠰᡳᠮᡥᡠᠨ, ᡶᡳᠶᠠᠩᡤᡡ; Maori: kōiti; Navajo: áláyáázh; Neapolitan: mignulìllo, dito piccerillo; Ngazidja Comorian: shaya sha ntsa; Nias: turu siakhi; Norman: p'tit dé, p'tit quérouin; Northern Sami: čelččen; Norwegian Bokmål: lillefinger; Nynorsk: veslefinger; Old English: lȳtel finger; Pitjantjatjara: maṟa ngaḻi; Polish: mały palec inan; Portuguese: dedo mínimo, mínimo, dedo auricular; mindinho, minguinho; Romanian: deget mic; Russian: мизинец; Scots: pinkie; Scottish Gaelic: lùdag, luad, corra-mheur, gilceag, lùidean, brideagaidh, cuisteag, lùdan; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: мали прст, малић; Roman: mali prst, malić; Sindhi: چِيچَ‎; Slovak: malíček; Slovene: mezinec; Southern Kalinga: paiing; Spanish: dedo meñique, meñique; Sundanese: cingir; Swahili: kidole cha mwisho; Swedish: lillfinger; Tagalog: kalingkingan, hinliliit; Thai: นิ้วก้อย; Tigrinya: ሕንጥሊቶ, ሕንጥል ሕንጥሊቶ; Turkish: serçe parmak, küçük parmak; Turkmen: külembike; Ukrainian: мізинець; Vietnamese: ngón út, ngón tay út; Volapük: rikül; Welsh: bys bach, clustfys; West Frisian: pink; Yakan: kingking; Yakut: ылгын-чыгыйа; Yup'ik: iqelquq