ἄροτρον

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Ancient Greek[edit]

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PIE root
*h₂erh₃-

From Proto-Indo-European *h₂érh₃trom, from *h₂erh₃- +‎ *-trom; equivalent to ἀρόω ‎(aróō, to plough) +‎ -τρον ‎(-tron, instrument noun suffix). Cognates include Latin arātrum, Old Armenian արաւր ‎(arawr).

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ἄροτρον ‎(árotronn ‎(genitive ἀρότρου); second declension arotron may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek ἄροτρον.

  1. plough
    1. (figuratively, in the plural) the organs of generation

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