A.young pig, porker (younger than δέλφαξ, Ar.Byz. ap. Ath 9.375. Cratin.3a), Od. 14.73, Alc.Supp.24.2, Hdt.2.48, A.Fr.309, Ar.Ach.781, etc.; offered as one of the smaller sacrifices, Pl.R.378a, X.An.7.8.5, D.54.39, Henioch.2.
b. generally, = ὗς, σῦς, swine, “ἤδη δέλφακες, χοῖροι δὲ τοῖσιν ἄλλοις” Cratin. l.c., cf. Mnesim.4.47 (anap.), Plu.Cic.7, Ev.Matt. 8.30.
2. pudenda muliebria, freq. in Com. poets, who are always punning on the word and its compds., Ar.Ach.773 sq., etc.; said to be a Corinthian usage, Suid.