χοῖρος

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χοῖρος (khoîros) (genitive χοίρου); m, second declension

  1. a pig, especially a young one.
  2. generally, = ὗς (hûs), σῦς (sûs), swine
  3. pudenda muliebria, woman parts (cf. the same Latin use of porcus)
  4. a fish of the Nile

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