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Ema grece sanguis.

Ema AC ef | Ma B {initial capital missing}

In ms. f the next entry ematites is written as a continuation of this entry, i.e. Ema grece sanguis ematites ….


Ema is Greek for Latin sanguis {"blood"}.


Classic Greek αἷμα /haîma/ "blood" had long lost its initial aspiration /h/ by Simon's time and the diphthong αι /ai/ was pronounced /e/ as in Modern Greek.

See also: Ematites

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