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English > Greek (Woodhouse)

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subs.

P. and V. σκέλος, τό, κῶλον, τό (Plat.). Lower part of the leg: P. and V. κνήμη, ἡ. Of a piece of furniture: Ar. and P. πούς, ὁ. Having two legs, adj.: P. and V. δίπους. Having three legs: P. and V. τρίπους. Having four legs: P. and V. τετράπους, V. τετρασκελής.

Latin > English

leg, abb. N F :: legion (abb.)