τρωγλοδύτης

Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From τρώγλη (trṓglē, hole) +‎ δύω (dúō, I get into) +‎ -της (-tēs).

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NounEdit

τρωγλοδῠ́της (trōglodútēsm (genitive τρωγλοδῠ́του); first declension

  1. One who crawls in holes or caves, such as a snake or fox.
  2. A caveman
  3. A wren (of the genus Troglodytes)

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