ὄνος

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Uncertain. Perhaps from Pre-Greek. Compare Latin asinus and Old Armenian էշ (ēš).

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ὄνος (ónos) (genitive ὄνου) m, f, second declension

  1. ass, donkey
  2. hake (fish)
  3. woodlouse
  4. wingless locust
  5. windlass

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