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Goni grece semen inde goniorea seminis fluxus involuntarius et cetera.


inde AC | iñ B f | in e {~ was missed by scribe}

goniorea AC | gonorrea B | gonortea ef

et cetera om. B ef


Goni is Greek for Latin semen {"seed; semen"}, hence Greek goniorea is in Latin seminis fluxus involuntarius {"involuntary discharge of semen"}, and so forth.


Simon quotes Greek γονή /gonḗ/ "offspring; race, family; generation; organs or act of generation" in the itacist pronunciation: /goní/;

γονόῤῥοια /gonórrhoia/ is glossed by LSJ "spermatorrhoea".

See also: Gonorrea

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