δάκτυλος

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Ancient Greek[edit]

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Uncertain. Possibly related to Latin digitus. Probably Pre-Greek. Note Boeotian δακκύλιος ‎(dakkúlios).

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Noun[edit]

δᾰ́κτῠλος ‎(dáktulosm ‎(genitive δᾰκτῠ́λου); second declension daktylos daktulos may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek δᾰ́κτῠλος.

  1. finger
    1. toe
  2. measure of length, the breadth of a finger, about 7/10 of an inch
    1. dactyl, a metrical foot
    2. (in the plural) a dance
  3. date (fruit)
    1. type of grape

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