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Ancient Greek

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Proto-Hellenic *g?ous, from Proto-Indo-European *gws. Cognates include Old English c? (English cow), Irish , Latin b?s, and Sanskrit ().

Pronunciation

 

Noun

? o (boûsm or f (genitive ?); third declension

  1. cow, ox, cattle
  2. shield: ? . Because the weapon is made of successive bovine skins.

Inflection

Synonyms

(shield): (aigís), (aspídion), (aspís), (boágrion), (krígdanon), (pélt?), (rh?nós), (sákos), (skoûta)

Hyponyms

  • ? (damál?, "young cow, heifer"), (damál?s, "young steer"), (dámalis, "young cow, heifer"), (móskhos, "young bull or cow"), (pórtis), (steîra, "cow that has not produced young"), (taûros, "bull")

Derived terms

  • (boánthemon)
  • (bóïnos)
  • ? (boúgl?sson)
  • ? (boúgl?ssos)
  • (bouthusía)
  • (bouthuté?)
  • (boúthutos)
  • ? (Bouképhalos)
  • (boukolé?)
  • (boukolía)
  • (boukólion)
  • (boúkolos)
  • (boukólos)
  • (bounomé?)
  • (boúnomos)
  • (boustroph?dón)
  • (boút?s)
  • (boút?ron)
  • (boút?ros)
  • ? (boúphthalmon)
  • (boúphonos)
  • (bouphorbé?)
  • (bouphórbia)
  • (bouphorbós)
  • (boôpis)
  • (epiboukólos)

Descendants

References


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