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Etymology

Coined by Aristophanes in Ἐκκλησιάζουσαι (Assemblywomen). From λοπᾰ́ς (lopás, dish, meal) +‎ τέμᾰχος (témakhos, fish slice) +‎ σέλαχος (sélakhos, shark, ray) +‎ γᾰλεός (galeós, dogfish, small shark) +‎ κρᾱνῐ́ον (krāníon, head) +‎ λείψᾰνον (leípsanon, remnant) +‎ δρῑμῠ́ς (drīmús, sharp, pungent) +‎ ῠ̔πότριμμᾰ (hupótrimma, generally sharp-tasting dish of several ingredients grated and pounded together) +‎ σίλφιον (sílphion, laserwort) +‎ κᾱ́ρᾰβος (kā́rabos, crab, beetle, or crayfish) +‎ μέλῐ (méli, honey) +‎ κᾰτᾰχέω (katakhéō, I pour over) +‎ κῐ́χλη (kíkhlē, wrasse, thrush) +‎ ἐπῐ́ (epí, upon, on top of) +‎ κόσσῠφος (kóssuphos, a kind of sea-fish or blackbird) +‎ φάττᾰ (phátta, wood pigeon) +‎ περῐστερά (peristerá, domestic pigeon) +‎ ᾰ̓λεκτρυών (alektruṓn, chicken) +‎ ὀπτός (optós, roasted, baked) +‎ κεφᾰ́λῐον (kephálion, diminutive of "head") +‎ κίγκλος (kínklos, dabchick) +‎ πέλειᾰ (péleia, pigeon) +‎ λᾰγῷος (lagôios, of the hare) +‎ σῐ́ραιον (síraion, new wine boiled down) +‎ βᾰφή (baphḗ, dipping) +‎ τρᾰγᾰνός (traganós, crunchy) +‎ πτέρυξ (ptérux, wing, fin)

Pronunciation

 
  • (5th BCE Attic) IPA(key): /lo.pa.do.te.ma.kʰo.se.la.kʰo.ɡa.le.o.kraː.ni.o.leːp.sa.no.driː.my.po.trim.ma.to.sil.pʰi.o.kaː.ra.bo.me.li.to.ka.ta.ke.kʰy.me.no.ki.kʰle.pi.kos.sy.pʰo.pʰat.to.pe.ris.te.ra.lek.try.o.nop.to.ke.pʰal.li.o.kiŋ.klo.pe.leː.o.la.ɡɔːi̯.o.si.rai̯.o.ba.pʰɛː.tra.ɡa.nop.te.rý.ɡɔːn/
  • (1st CE Egyptian) IPA(key): /lo.pa.do.tɛ.ma.kʰo.sɛ.la.kʰo.ɡa.lɛ.o.kra.ni.o.lip.sa.no.dri.my.po.trim.ma.to.sil.pʰi.o.ka.ra.bo.mɛ.li.to.ka.ta.kɛ.kʰy.mɛ.no.ki.kʰlɛ.pi.kos.sy.pʰo.pʰat.to.pɛ.ris.tɛ.ra.lɛk.try.o.nop.to.kɛ.pʰal.li.o.kiŋ.klo.pɛ.li.o.la.ɡo.o.si.rɛ.o.ba.pʰe.tra.ɡa.nop.tɛˈry.ɡon/
  • (4th CE Koine) IPA(key): /lo.pa.ðo.te.ma.xo.se.la.xo.ɣa.le.o.kra.ni.o.lip.sa.no.ðri.my.po.trim.ma.to.sil.ɸi.o.ka.ra.βo.me.li.to.ka.ta.ke.xy.me.no.ki.xle.pi.kos.sy.ɸo.ɸat.to.pe.ris.te.ra.lek.try.o.nop.to.ke.ɸal.li.o.kiŋ.klo.pe.li.o.la.ɣo.o.si.rɛ.o.βa.ɸi.tra.ɣa.nop.teˈry.ɣon/
  • (10th CE Byzantine) IPA(key): /lo.pa.ðo.te.ma.xo.se.la.xo.ɣa.le.o.kra.ni.o.lip.sa.no.ðri.my.po.trim.ma.to.sil.fi.o.ka.ra.vo.me.li.to.ka.ta.ce.çy.me.no.ci.xle.pi.kos.sy.fo.fat.to.pe.ris.te.ra.lek.try.o.nop.to.ce.fal.li.o.ciŋ.ɡlo.pe.li.o.la.ɣo.o.si.re.o.va.fi.tra.ɣa.nop.teˈry.ɣon/
  • (15th CE Constantinopolitan) IPA(key): /lo.pa.ðo.te.ma.xo.se.la.xo.ɣa.le.o.kra.ni.o.lip.sa.no.ðri.mi.po.tri.ma.to.sil.fi.o.ka.ra.vo.me.li.to.ka.ta.ce.çi.me.no.ci.xle.pi.ko.si.fo.fa.to.pe.ris.te.ra.lek.tri.o.nop.to.ce.fa.li.o.ciŋ.ɡlo.pe.li.o.la.ɣo.o.si.re.o.va.fi.tra.ɣa.nop.teˈri.ɣon/

Noun

λοπᾰδοτεμᾰχοσελᾰχογᾰλεοκρᾱνιολειψᾰνοδρῑμῠποτριμμᾰτοσιλφῐοκᾱρᾰβομελῐτοκᾰτᾰκεχῠμενοκιχλ­επῐκοσσῠφοφαττοπεριστερᾰλεκτρῠονοπτοκεφαλλιοκιγκλοπελειολᾰγῳοσῐραιοβᾰφητρᾰγᾰνοπτερῠ́γων (lopadotemakhoselakhogaleokrānioleipsanodrīmupotrimmatosilphiokārabomelitokatakekhumenokikhl­epikossuphophattoperisteralektruonoptokephalliokinklopeleiolagōiosiraiobaphētraganopterúgōnn (indeclinable)

  1. (nonce word) A dish created with the ingredients which make up its name.

Usage notes

This word has been translated variously by different authors. The translation given by Benjamin Bickley Rogers in 1902 is plattero-filleto-mulleto-turboto-cranio-morselo-pickleo-acido-silphio-honeyo-pouredonthe-topothe-ouzelo-throstleo-cushato-culvero-cutleto-roastingo-marowo-dippero-leveret-syrupu-gibleto-wings.

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