Stentor

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From Latin Stentōr, from Ancient Greek Στέντωρ (Sténtōr), the name of a herald in the Iliad who had a loud voice.

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Stentor f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Stentoridae – certain large chromists whose shape resembles a trumpet.

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin Stentōr, from Ancient Greek Στέντωρ (Sténtōr).

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Stentor

  1. A herald in the Iliad celebrated for his loud voice.
    • 1899, Aristotle, The Politics of Aristotle, page 172:
      For who can be the general of such a vast multitude, or who the herald, unless he have the voice of a Stentor?
  2. (astronomy) The Jovian asteroid 2146 Stentor.

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek Στέντωρ (Sténtōr).

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Stentōr m (genitive Stentoris); third declension

  1. Stentor

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Third-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative Stentōr Stentorēs
Genitive Stentoris Stentorum
Dative Stentorī Stentoribus
Accusative Stentorem Stentorēs
Ablative Stentore Stentoribus
Vocative Stentōr Stentorēs

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