Henry George Liddell; Robert Scott [1940], A Greek-English Lexicon; Machine readable text (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [greatscott38].
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κάστανακάστᾰνα, ων, τά,

   A sweet chestnuts, Mnesith. ap. Ath.2.54b, v.l. in Gal.6.621, v.l. in Dsc.1.106:—also κάστανοι, αἱ, Gal.Vict.Att.10; καστανίαι (οἱ or αἱ?) Dsc. l.c.; καστάναια, τά, IG22.1013.19; καστάνεια, τά, Heracleon ap.Ath.2.52b (καστάν<ε>ιος as Adj., φλοιός v.l. in Dsc.Eup.2.49); βάλανοι καστανικαί Gal.6.777,791; καστηνοῦ (gen. sg.) Nic.Al.269. καστανέα, ,

   A chestnut-tree, Gp.2.8.4:—also κάστανος, , Hsch. s.v. καρύαι; κάστανον, τό, Gp.10.63.1; derived by the ancients from Καστανέα, a place in Asia Minor (πόλις Μαγνησίας), EM493.26 (cf. Καστανὶς αἶα Nic.Al.271); but cf. Armen. kask: for κάρυον κασταναϊκόν,

   A v. κάρυον. καστᾰνεών, ῶνος, , chestnut-grove, Gp.3.15.7.
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Henry George Liddell; Robert Scott [1940], A Greek-English Lexicon; Machine readable text (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [greatscott38].
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