γλουτός

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Particularly: “The Diccionario Griego–Español cites the Proto-Indo-European *gelh₁w-. It's apparently cognate with the Sanskrit ग्लौ (glaú, round lump) and the English clot, so Proto-Indo-European *glūdos?”

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γλουτός (gloutósm (genitive γλουτοῦ); second declension

  1. a buttock
    1. (of a horse) a haunch (contrasted with ἰσχίον (iskhíon, hip-joint))
  2. (anatomy) the greater trochanter of a femur
    • AD 5th C., Hesychius Alexandreus, Συναγωγὴ Πασῶν Λέξεων κατὰ Στοιχεῖον
    • 129 CE – 216 CE, Galen, Collected Works 2.773

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Ancient Greek γλουτός (gloutós)

Noun[edit]

γλουτός (gloutósm (plural γλουτοί)

  1. (anatomy) buttock, rump, gluteus maximus

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