link, as in a link in a chain or process

Greek (Ancient) translation: êßñêïò Þ êñßêïò

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English term or phrase:link (as in a link in a chain or process)
Greek (Ancient) translation:êßñêïò Þ êñßêïò
Entered by: Vicky Papaprodromou

13:32 Apr 22, 2005
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English term or phrase: link, as in a link in a chain or process
Looking for a word in ancient Greek or Latin that means 'link' as in a chain of events or link of a physical chain
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êßñêïò Þ êñßêïò
Explanation:
krik-os [i^], ho, Homeric form of kirkos,

A. ring, on a horse's breastband, to fasten it to the peg ( [hestôr] ) at the end of the carriage-pole, Il.24.272.

2. eyelet-hole in sails, through which the reefingropes were drawn, Hdt.2.36, cf. Poll.1.94, PLond.3.1164(h)8 (iii A. D.).

3. curtain-ring, Thphr.HP4.2.7, J.AJ3.6.2.

4. fingerring, Arist.Pol.1324b14; part of a finger-ring, Inscr.Délos461 Ba6, al. (ii B. C.).

5. nose-ring, S.E.P.3.203.

6. armlet, Plu.Dem. 30.

7. link in a chain, Id.2.304b, Alex.Aphr.Pr.2.67, Iamb. Comm.Math.7; ek krikou leptou pepoiêmena huphasmata chain armour, Jul.Or.37d.

8. hoop, Antyll. ap. Orib.6.26.2.

9. ring of a spanner, Hero Bel.101.13; of a ring-bolt, Apollod Poliorc.166.15; of an armillary sphere, Procl.Hyp.6.2 (pl.).

[Perseus English-Greek dictionary]
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êßñêïò Þ êñßêïò


Explanation:
krik-os [i^], ho, Homeric form of kirkos,

A. ring, on a horse's breastband, to fasten it to the peg ( [hestôr] ) at the end of the carriage-pole, Il.24.272.

2. eyelet-hole in sails, through which the reefingropes were drawn, Hdt.2.36, cf. Poll.1.94, PLond.3.1164(h)8 (iii A. D.).

3. curtain-ring, Thphr.HP4.2.7, J.AJ3.6.2.

4. fingerring, Arist.Pol.1324b14; part of a finger-ring, Inscr.Délos461 Ba6, al. (ii B. C.).

5. nose-ring, S.E.P.3.203.

6. armlet, Plu.Dem. 30.

7. link in a chain, Id.2.304b, Alex.Aphr.Pr.2.67, Iamb. Comm.Math.7; ek krikou leptou pepoiêmena huphasmata chain armour, Jul.Or.37d.

8. hoop, Antyll. ap. Orib.6.26.2.

9. ring of a spanner, Hero Bel.101.13; of a ring-bolt, Apollod Poliorc.166.15; of an armillary sphere, Procl.Hyp.6.2 (pl.).

[Perseus English-Greek dictionary]
http://tinyurl.com/doto6




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