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ἔντερον

Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

Neuter substantive of *ἔντερος (énteros, inside), from Proto-Indo-European *énteros, from Proto-Indo-European *én (whence also ἐν (en, in)) + *-teros (whence also -τερος (-teros, comparative suffix)). Cognates include Sanskrit अन्तर (ántara), Old Armenian ընդերք (ənderkʿ, entrails), and Latin interior.

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NounEdit

ἔντερον (énteron) (genitive ἐντέρου) n, second declension

  1. (usually plural) intestine, gut, belly, bowel, womb
  2. bag

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