κόθορνος

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Uncertain. Probably a loanword.

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κόθορνος ‎(kóthornosm ‎(genitive κοθόρνου); second declension

  1. buskin, high boot, which covered the whole foot and half the leg, with thick soles, used by actors to increase their height

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