βαρβάρα

Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

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NounEdit

βαρβάρα (barbáraf (genitive βαρβάρας); first declension

  1. a certain kind of plaster
    • 525 CE – 605 CE, Alexander of Tralles, Twelve Books on Medicine 5.5
    • 525 CE – 605 CE, Alexander of Tralles, Twelve Books on Medicine 2.197.10
    • AëtOl II.500.22
    • PaulAeg II.358.1
    • ErmAnecd 195X
    • ErmAnecd 197.XIII
    • Hippiatr II.5.7
    • Hippiatr II.102.16

DeclensionEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Latin: barbara

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek βαρβάρα (barbára).

NounEdit

βαρβάρα (varváraf (plural βαρβάρες)

  1. shelduck

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