σῦκον

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Since long connected with Latin fīcus and Old Armenian թուզ ‎(tʿuz), and considered a borrowing from a Mediterranean or Anatolian substrate source. Martirosyan reconstructs a Mediterranean *tʰuōiḱo- or *tʰū(i)ḱo- ‎(fig). For the sense of “vulva” Martirosyan compares dialectal Armenian թուզ ‎(tʿuz, fig; vulva) and German Feige ‎(fig; vulva).

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σῦκον ‎(sûkonn ‎(genitive σύκου); second declension

  1. fig, the fruit of the συκῆ ‎(sukê)
  2. a large wart on the eyelids
    1. hemorrhoids
  3. vulva

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