hesperinos


hesperinos
/es pe'rddee naws"/; Eng. /hes'peuhr euh nos", hes"peuhr euh nos'/, n. Gk. Orth. Ch.
vespers (def. 1).
[ < LGk, Gk hesperinós pertaining to evening, equiv. to hésper(os), evening (see HESPERUS) + -inos -INE1]

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