perforated, with a hole in it, Od.; τρητὰλέχεα, prob. inlaid bedsteads, or having holes through which the cords that supported the bedding were drawn:— τρητὸςμελισσῶνπόνος, i. e. the honeycomb, Pind.; τρ. λίθαξ pumice-stone, Anth.
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