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λυγγούριον , τό (derived by the ancients from λύγξ, οὖρον, and supposed to be the coagulated urine of the lynx, Dsc.2.81, Plu.2.962f, S.E.P.1.119), a kind of
A.amber (glossed by ἤλεκτρον, Hsch., cf. Str. 4.6.2), Thphr.Lap.28, IG11(2).161 B49 (Delos, iii B.C.), al., 22.1534.100, Str.4.5.3 (pl.):—also written λυγκούριον , λιγκούριον , and λιγγούριον in codd.; λογγούριον Aët.2.35.
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