πυγή

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Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *pouga. Cognates include Latin pūga, Old High German fochen, and Old Church Slavonic паѹга ‎(pauga), пѫга ‎(pǫga).

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NounEdit

πῡγή ‎(pūgḗf ‎(genitive πυγῆς); first declension pyge pugh puge may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek πῡγή.

  1. rump, buttocks
    1. (figuratively) fat, swelling land
      • Eustathius 310
  2. = οὐρά ‎(ourá, tail)

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  • LSJ 8th edition
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