Complete Definition of "amphora"

Image:Etruscan_amphora_Louvre_E703_side_B.jpg|thumb|An Etruscan amphora
English

Etymology
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From ancient Greek.

Noun
en-noun|amphorae|pl2=amphoras

  1. countable A two handled jar with a narrow neck that was used in ancient times to store or carry wine or oils.

Translations

Croatian: t-|hr|amfora|f
German: Amphore f
mid
Portuguese: ânfora f
Russian: амÑоÑа f

See also
bottle
jug

Category:English nouns with irregular plurals

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Revision and Credits for"amphora"
  • 2007-12-08 18:13 - CommonsDelinker - Replacing [[Image:Etruscan_amphora_Louvre_E703.jpg]] with [[Image:Etruscan_amphora_Louvre_E703_side_B.jpg]] (by [[commons:User:Siebrand|Siebrand]] because: Was in category "Duplicate", exact duplicate).

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