A.hedgehog (prop. ἐ. χερσαῖος, as in Thphr.Sign.30), Erinaceus europaeus, Archil.118, Emp. 83, Ar.Pax1086, Ion Trag.38, S.Ichn.121, etc.
II. large wide-mouthed jar, Hp.Mul.2.172, Steril.230, Ar.V.1436, Eup.415, Men.Epit.Fr.10, Erot., Hsch., Poll.6.91.
2. vase in which the notes of evidence were sealed up by the διαιτηταί, in cases of appeal from their decision, D.45.17,48.48, Arist.Ath.53.2, Thphr.Char.6.8.
III. hard case of beech-mast, chestnuts, etc., Id.HP3.10.1, Xenocr.43, Hsch.
IV. third stomach of ruminating animals, Arist.PA 676a11, 674b15, HA507b6, Antig.Mir.17; “βοῶν ἐ.” Call.Fr.250; also, gizzard of graminivorous birds, Ael.NA14.7.
V. pl., sharp points at each end of a bit, X.Eq.10.6, Poll.1.148; but = τῶν ὑποστομίων τὰ κοῖλα, ib.184.
VI. Archit., cushion of the Doric and Tuscan capital (prob. from its form), Vitr.4.3.4, 4.7.3.
VII. a kind of cake, Lync. ap. Ath.14.647a, Hsch.
VIII. a plant, v.l. ἔρινος (q.v.), Dsc.4.141, Gal.11.880, Paul.Aeg.7.3. (Cf. OHG. igil, Slav. jež[icaron], Lith. ež[ytilde]s.）