from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An ancient Greek musical instrument, consisting of two single flutes, either similar or different, so joined at the mouthpiece that they could be played together. See cut under auletris.
  • n. In anc. Greek games, a double course, in which the racers passed around a goal at the end of the course, and returned to the starting-place.
  • n. An ancient Greek itinerary measure, the equivalent of two stadia.


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