μηρός

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μηρός ‎(mērósm ‎(genitive μηροῦ); second declension mhros meros may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek μηρός.

  1. a thigh
  2. a thigh-bone, a femur, used especially of thigh-bones with flesh offered in sacrifice
  3. (in the plural, generally) leg-bones

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from the Ancient Greek μηρός ‎(mērós).

Noun[edit]

μηρός ‎(mirósm ‎(plural μηροί)

  1. (anatomy) thigh
  2. haunch

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