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See also: Gala, gala, ga?a, and ga

Ancient Greek

Alternative forms

  • (glágos)

Etymology

Inherited from Proto-Indo-European *glakt-, *galakt- (note Hittite [script needed] (galaktar, "soothing substance, nutrient"), from [script needed] (galak-, "to soothe")). The variant (glágos) was contracted from the second oblique stem. Related to Latin lac, Old Armenian ? (kat?n), Albanian dhallë and possibly Albanian gjoks.

Pronunciation

 

Noun

o (gálan (genitive or ); third declension

  1. milk
  2. milky sap
  3. the Milky Way galaxy

Usage notes

was sometimes treated as indeclinable.

Inflection

Derived terms

  • (glagá?)
  • ? (galáktinos)
  • (galaxías)
  • ? (oxúgala)

References


Greek

Etymology

From Ancient Greek ? (gála).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): ['?ala]
  • Hyphenation:

Noun

? o (gálan (plural )

  1. milk
    ? ? (goat's milk)

Declension

Coordinate terms

  • ? ? n (milk séik, "milkshake")
  • ? n (evaporé, "evaporated milk")

Related terms

  • ? m (galatás, "milkman")
  • ? n (galatádiko, "dairy")
  • ? n (galaktopoleío, "dairy")
  •  f (voutyrógala, "buttermilk")
  •  f (kréma gálaktos, "dairy cream")
  •  f (protógala, "colostrum")
  •  f (skonógala, "powdered milk")
  • ? f (sympyknoméno gála, "condensed milk")

Further reading


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