φλοιός

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φλοιός (phloiósm (genitive φλοιοῦ); second declension

  1. bark of trees

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Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Ancient Greek φλοιός (phloiós).

Noun[edit]

φλοιός (floiósm (plural φλοιοί)

  1. bark (of tree)
  2. peel (of fruit)
  3. husk (of grain)
  4. (geography) crust of the Earth
  5. (anatomy) cortex

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