κροκόδειλος

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Perhaps from κρόκη ‎(krókē, pebbles) + δρῖλος ‎(drîlos, worm).

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κροκόδειλος ‎(krokódeilos) (genitive κροκοδείλου); m, second declension

  1. lizard
  2. crocodile
  3. A fallacy of the sophists

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κροκόδειλος ‎(krokódeilosm ‎(plural κροκόδειλοι)

  1. crocodile (amphibious reptile)

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