Difference between revisions of "Disforos"

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In B Disforos is not given beginning of the line headword status, but it is part of the column beginning on the previous page with Dipteris.  
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In B Disforos is not given beginning of the line headword status, but it is part of the column beginning on the previous page with Dipteris. <br />
 
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Disforos ABC fj | Disfros ''ms''. e | Difforos p <br />
Disforos ABC f | Disfros e
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difficilis AC efj | dificilis B | difficil<sup>e</sup> p
 
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difficilis AC e f | dificilis B
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δύσφορος /dýsphoros/ "hard to bear, heavy; grievous; (of food) oppressive; moving with difficulty, slow of motion" (LSJ) < δυσ- /dys-/ {"un-, mis-, hard to"} + φορος /phoros/ "bearing".  
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Greek δύσφορος /dýsphoros/ - itacist /dísforos/ - "hard to bear, heavy; grievous; (of food) oppressive; moving with difficulty, slow of motion" (LSJ) < δυσ- /dys-/ {"un-, mis-, hard to"} + φορος /phoros/ "bearing".  
  
  
 
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Revision as of 22:23, 21 December 2016

Disforos grece difficilis.


Apparatus:

In B Disforos is not given beginning of the line headword status, but it is part of the column beginning on the previous page with Dipteris.
Disforos ABC fj | Disfros ms. e | Difforos p
difficilis AC efj | dificilis B | difficile p


Translation:

Disforos is Greek for Latin difficilis {"difficult"}.


Translation:

Disforos:
Greek δύσφορος /dýsphoros/ - itacist /dísforos/ - "hard to bear, heavy; grievous; (of food) oppressive; moving with difficulty, slow of motion" (LSJ) < δυσ- /dys-/ {"un-, mis-, hard to"} + φορος /phoros/ "bearing".


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