κολοβός

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

According to Beekes, of Pre-Greek origin.

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κολοβός (kolobósm or f (neuter κολοβόν); second declension

  1. docked, curtailed
    1. maimed, mutilated
    2. stunted (of trees)
    3. short, undersized
    4. broken, chipped (of a cup)
    5. truncated (of a cone)

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  • Translingual: Colobus

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek κολοβός.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ko.loˈvos/
  • Hyphenation: κο‧λο‧βός

Adjective[edit]

κολοβός (kolovósm (feminine κολοβή, neuter κολοβό)

  1. docked, curtailed
    Ο μύθος του Αισώπου για την κολοβή αλεπού.
    O mýthos tou Aisópou gia tin koloví alepoú.
    Aesop's fable of the fox without a tail.
  2. (figuratively) of which a part is missing (usually the last)
    κολοβός στίχος
    kolovós stíchos
    shortened/incomplete verse

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