ἄφθα

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Ancient GreekEdit

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NounEdit

ἄφθα ‎(áphthaf ‎(genitive ἄφθης); first declension aphtha afqa may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek ἄφθα.

  1. a mouth ulcer

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