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Headword: *trh/th
Adler number: tau,936
Translated headword: perforated, pierced
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
[Meaning] bored-through, having holes.[1] "[...] and a perforated stone, like a sponge [...]."[2] Referring to the pumice-stone.
Greek Original:
*trh/th: tetrhme/nh, o)pa\ e)/xousa. kai\ li/qaka trhth/n, spo/ggw| e)eidome/nhn. th\n ki/sshrin le/gwn.
Notes:
The headword -- feminine nominative singular of this adjective -- is presumably generated by the quotation given, where it appears in the accusative case.
[1] cf. (e.g.) epsiloniota 321.
[2] Greek Anthology 6.66.4.
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Translated by: David Whitehead on 20 May 2011@10:47:14.
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