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σπιρούνι

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

Greek Monolingual

και σπηρούνι και σπερούνι, το, Ν
μικρός περιστρεφόμενος τροχός τοποθετημένος στη φτέρνα της μπότας του ιππέα, η περιφέρεια του οποίου φέρει αιχμές για τον ερεθισμό του αλόγου, ο πτερνιστήρας.
[ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. < ιταλ. sperone < αρχ. γερμ. sporo].

Translations

spur

Albanian: mamuz; Arabic: مِهْمَاز‎; Armenian: խթան; Assamese: আল; Azerbaijani: mahmız; Belarusian: шпора, астрога; Bulgarian: шпора; Catalan: esperó; Chinese Mandarin: 馬刺, 马刺; Czech: ostruha; Danish: spore; Dutch: spoor; Esperanto: sprono; Estonian: kannus; Finnish: kannus; French: éperon; Galician: espora; German: Sporn; Greek: σπιρούνι, σπηρούνι, σπερούνι, πτερνιστήρας, φτερνιστήρας, φτερνιστήρι, πτερνιστήρ; Ancient Greek: κέντρον, μύωψ, πλῆκτρον, πλᾶκτρον; Hebrew: דורבן / דָּרְבָּן‎; Hindi: महमेज़; Hungarian: sarkantyú; Irish: spor, brod; Italian: sperone; Japanese: 拍車; Kazakh: өкшелік; Khmer: ក្រចាប់; Korean: 박차; Kyrgyz: шпора; Latin: calcar; Macedonian: мамуза; Malay: pacu; Maori: kipa; Middle English: spore; Mongolian: түлхэц; Norwegian Bokmål: spore; Nynorsk: spore; Occitan: esperon; Pashto: مهميز‎; Persian: مهمیز‎, اسب انگیز‎; Polish: ostroga; Portuguese: espora; Romanian: pinten; Russian: шпора; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: мамуза, оструга; Roman: mamuza, ostruga; Slovak: ostroha; Slovene: ostroga; Spanish: espuela; Swedish: sporre; Tagalog: tari, espuwelas; Tajik: маҳмез; Tibetan: རྟིང་ལྕགས; Turkish: mahmuz; Ukrainian: острога, шпора; Urdu: مہمیز‎; Uzbek: shpora, mahmez; Welsh: sbardun, ysbardun