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πηδάλι-ον [α^], τό, πηδόν)
II. in pl., of the oars by which the nautilus is said to steer himself, Arist.HA622b13 ; of the long hind legs of the locust and grasshopper, ib.532a29,535b12, cf. IA710a3.
III. = πολύγονον ἄρρεν, Ps.-Dsc.4.4.
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