καμάκι

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Koine Greek καμάκιον ‎(kamákion), diminutive from Ancient Greek κάμαξ ‎(kámax, long wood pole)

Noun[edit]

καμάκι ‎(kamákin ‎(plural καμάκια)

  1. (fishing) harpoon, spear
  2. (fishing) gaff
  3. (figuratively) stud, hunk (sexually attractive/active man)

Declension[edit]