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πλᾶκτρον

Τοῦ ὅλου οὖν τῇ ἐπιθυμίᾳ καὶ διώξει ἔρως ὄνομα → Love is the name for our pursuit of wholeness, for our desire to be complete
Plato, Symposium, 192e10
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Full diacritics: πλᾶκτρον Medium diacritics: πλᾶκτρον Low diacritics: πλάκτρον Capitals: ΠΛΑΚΤΡΟΝ
Transliteration A: plâktron Transliteration B: plaktron Transliteration C: plaktron Beta Code: pla=ktron

English (LSJ)

Doric for πλῆκτρον.

French (Bailly abrégé)

dor. c. πλῆκτρον.

English (Slater)

πλᾱκτρον plectrum for playing the lyre. φόρμιγγ' Ἀπόλλων ἑπτάγλωσσον χρυσέῳ πλάκτρῳ διώκων (N. 5.24)

German (Pape)

dor. = πλῆκτρον.

Translations

plectrum

Arabic: ريشة‎; Azerbaijani: mizrab; Belarusian: плектар, медыятар; Breton: skraberig; Bulgarian: перце; Catalan: pua; Chinese Mandarin: 撥子, 拨子; Czech: trsátko; Danish: plekter; Dutch: plectrum; Esperanto: plektro; Estonian: plektron; Faroese: plektari; Finnish: plektra; kynsi; French: plectre, médiator, pick, onglet; German: Plektron, Plektrum; Greek: πέννα; Ancient Greek: πλῆκτρον; Hebrew: מפרט‎; Hungarian: pengető; Icelandic: nögl; Italian: plettro; Japanese: ピック; Korean: 피크; Latin: plectrum; Latvian: braucis; Lithuanian: brauktukas; Low German Dutch Low Saxon: plektrum; Macedonian: плектрум; Malay: plektrum; Navajo: beeʼałtązhí; Norwegian Bokmål: plekter; Nynorsk: plekter; Occitan: plèctre; Old English: næġl; Persian: زخمه‎, مضراب‎, سکافه‎; Polish: plektron, kostka; Portuguese: plectro, palheta; Russian: плектр, медиатор; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: плектрум, трзаљка, трзалица; Roman: plektrum, trzaljka, trzalica; Spanish: plectro, púa; Swedish: plektrum; Tagalog: puwa; Thai: ปิ๊ก; Turkish: mızrap, tezene, pena, çalgıç; Ukrainian: плектр, медіатор

goad

Arabic: مَنْخَس‎; Aramaic: זקתא‎; Armenian Old Armenian: գաւազան; Aromanian: strimburari; Belarusian: стракала; Bulgarian: остен, копраля; Catalan: agullada, tocadora, gullada; Czech: bodec; Dutch: staak; Finnish: tutkain; French: aiguillon; Galician: aguillada, aguillón; German: Stachelstock; Greek: βουκέντρα; Ancient Greek: κέντρον; Hebrew: מַלְמַד‎; Hungarian: ösztöke; Ido: pikobastono; Indonesian: gancu; Irish: brod; Italian: pungolo; Javanese: gancu; Kashubian: òsce; Kurdish Central Kurdish: نەقیزە‎; Northern Kurdish: misas; Latin: stimulus; Macedonian: остен; Malay: angkus; Malayalam: തോട്ടി, അങ്കുശം; Middle English: gode; Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic: стрѣкало; Persian: سک‎; Polish: oścień; Romanian: strămurare; Russian: прут, стрекало; Sanskrit: अष्ट्रा; Scottish Gaelic: brod; Serbo-Croatian: badalo; Cyrillic: бадало; Roman: badalo; Spanish: picana, puya, aguijada; Thai: ประตัก, ปฏัก; Turkish: üvendire; Ukrainian: стрекало, стрікало; Urdu: آنکس‎

cock's spur

Armenian: բիտ, կոտոշ; Chinese Mandarin: 距; Czech: ostruha; Danish: spore; Esperanto: sprono; Finnish: kannus; French: ergot; Galician: esporón, espora; Ancient Greek: κέντρον, πλῆκτρον, πλᾶκτρον; Italian: sperone; Latin: calcar; Malay: taji; Middle English: spore; Occitan: esperon; Portuguese: espora; Russian: шпора; Spanish: espolón; Tagalog: tahid; Vietnamese: cựa