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See also: Lenos, leños, and lēnos

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From Ancient Greek.

NounEdit

lenos (plural lenoi)

  1. (historical) A trough used in ancient winemaking.
    • 2008 June 5, Edward Wyatt, “Getty Adds to Antiquities With Third-Century Work”, in New York Times[1]:
      Its relief scene includes 11 cupids harvesting and stomping on grapes to make wine in a lenos, a long trough similar to the sarcophagus itself.

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