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τετρά-πους , , , πουν, τό, gen. ποδος, pl. ποδα,
A.four-footed, Hdt.2.68, Pl.Ti.92a; λεία τ. a booty of cattle, Plb.4.75.7; τετράποδα ζῴδια, viz. Aries, Taurus, Leo, Sagittarius, Cat.Cod.Astr.1.166: cf. τετράποδος.
2. τετράπουν, τό, quadruped, beast, Pl.Phdr.250e, Arist.PA697b23, etc.: pl., Hdt.3.106, Ar.Nu.659, Th.2.50, Arist.HA490a29, etc.; “πάντα τὰ τ. καὶ ἑρπετὰ τῆς γῆςAct.Ap.10.12.
II. of things, δίφρος τ. Eup.58, POxy.646 (ii A.D.). cf. Epich.149.
2. of four feet in length or area, IG12.372.10, al., Pl.Men.83b; “πάχος ποήσει τὸ στρῶμα τετράπουνIG22.1668.14.
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