λειχήν

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λειχήν (leikhḗnm (genitive λειχῆνος); third declension

  1. Liverwort
  2. Lichen-like disease affecting the skin of animals; sycosis
  3. Blight or canker of the ground
  4. Callosity on the foreleg of horses

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