λαγῷος

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Contracted form of λαγώειος (lagṓeios, of a hare), from λαγώς (lagṓs, hare), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *sleh₁g- (weak, feeble). Compare Latin laxus, Sanskrit लङ्ग (laṅga, lame), Proto-Germanic *lakana-.

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Noun[edit]

λαγῷος m, λαγῴα f, λαγῷον n; first/second declension; (lagōios)

  1. hare's flesh
  2. delicacy

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