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σκεύη

French (Bailly abrégé)

pl. de σκεῦος.

English (Thayer)

σκευης, ἡ (cf. σκεῦος), from (Pindar, Sophocles), Herodotus down, any apparatus, equipment, or furniture; used of the utensils (outfit, i. e. furniture (? — so R. V. marginal reading), or tackling (? — so A. V., R. V. text)) of a ship (Diodorus 14,79): Sept. Jonah 1:5).

English (Woodhouse)

σκεύη = (see also: σκεῦος) baggage, belongings, chattels, furniture, goods, pack, tackling, rigging of ships, things

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