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Pandora f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Entomophthoraceae – certain fungi not placed within a phylum.

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra, all gifts).

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Pandora

  1. (Greek mythology) The first woman on earth, who had been given a box by the gods and instructed not to open it, but who disobeyed the instructions out of curiosity, releasing all manner of evils into the world.
  2. (astronomy) A moon of the planet Saturn.
  3. (astronomy) 55 Pandora, a main belt asteroid.

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora f

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora f

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

FinnishEdit

 
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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora f

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora f

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

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Pandora

  1. Rōmaji transcription of パンドラ

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

Proper nounEdit

Pandōra f (genitive Pandōrae); first declension

  1. Pandora
    • Gaius Plinius Secundus, Naturalis historia, 36, 19 — C. Plini Secundi naturalis historiae libri XXXVII. Recognovit atque indicibus instruxit Ludovicus Ianus. Vol. V. Libb. XXXIII–XXXVII. Lipsia, 1878, p. 108:
      in basi autem quod caelatum est Pandoras genesin appellavit, di sunt nascenti adstantes XX numero.
      • The Natural History of Pliny. Translated, with copious notes and illustrations by the late John Bostock and H. T. Riley. Vol. VI. With general index. London, 1857, p. 311:
        To the story chased upon the pedestal of the statue the name of the "Birth of Pandora"29 has been given; and the figures of new-born30 gods to be seen upon it are no less than twenty in number.
        29 "Pandoras Genesis."
        30 Sillig is of opinion that this passage is corrupt, and is inclined to think, with Panofka, that the reading should be "nascenti adstantes," – gods "standing by the new-born" Pandora

DeclensionEdit

First declension.

Case Singular
Nominative Pandōra
Genitive Pandōrae
Dative Pandōrae
Accusative Pandōram
Ablative Pandōrā
Vocative Pandōra

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora f

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora, the world's first woman

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LuxembourgishEdit

 
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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora f

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

NorwegianEdit

 
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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

PolishEdit

 
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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora f

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora f

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora (woman who released evil into the world)

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora f

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

Serbo-CroatianEdit

 
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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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  • IPA(key): /pandǒːra/
  • Hyphenation: Pan‧do‧ra

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Pandóra f (Cyrillic spelling Пандо́ра)

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora f

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

SwedishEdit

 
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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora

TurkishEdit

 
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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Πανδώρα (Pandṓra).

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Pandora

  1. (Greek mythology) Pandora