ασκός

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek ἀσκός (askós).

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ασκός (askósm (plural ασκοί)

  1. animal skin, goatskin, wineskin
  2. bag
    Ο Αίολος έκλεισε μέσα σ’ ένα ασκό όλους τους ανέμους και τον έδωσε στον Οδυσσέα.
    O Aíolos ékleise mésa s’ éna askó ólous tous anémous kai ton édose ston Odysséa.
    Aeolus bound all the winds in a bag and gave it to Odysseus.
  3. (anatomy) sac (bag shaped organ)
  4. container shaped like a wineskin

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  • see: δέρμα n (dérma, skin, hide) for other kinds of skin

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