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τρητός , ή, όν, (τετραίνω)
A.perforated, with a hole in it,λίθοςOd. 13.77; ἐν τρητοῖσι λεχέεσσιν, prob. of inlaid bedsteads (cf. τορευτός), Il.3.448, cf. Od.1.440, al.; others expld. it of the holes through which the cords that supported the bedding were drawn, or of the holes in the bedposts which received the framework (ἐνήλατα), EM 765.3:—μελισσᾶν τρητὸς πόνος, i. e. the honeycomb, Pi.P.6.54; “τρητάmortised, Pl.Plt.279e; τ. ὀστοῦν, opp. ἄτρητον, Arist.HA516a27; λίθαξ τ. pumice-stone, AP6.66 (Paul. Sil.); τ. δόνακες shepherd's pipes, ib.78 (Eratosth.).
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