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discobolus, discobolos /dɪsˈkɒbələs/ n ( pl -li / -ˌlaɪ/)
  1. (in classical Greece) a discus thrower
Etymology: 18th Century: from Latin, from Greek diskobolos, from diskos discus + -bolos, from ballein to throw

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