πῶλος

Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *péh₂uros, from *peh₂w-. Cognates include Latin paulus, Old Armenian ուլ (ul), and Old English fola (English foal).

PronunciationEdit

 

NounEdit

πῶλος (pôlosm or f (genitive πώλου); second declension

  1. foal, young horse, whether colt or filly
    1. a young animal, especially domestic
    2. (poetic) a young girl, maiden
  2. a Corinthian coin, from the figure of Pegasus on it

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DescendantsEdit

From the diminutive πωλίον (pōlíon)

  • Greek: πουλί n (poulí, bird)

From the diminutive πωλάριον (pōlárion)

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