The Origin of the Word “Dolphin”

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The name “dolphin” comes from the ancient Greek “delphis”, which means more or less “fish with a womb”.

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  1. Andreas Vossinakis September 30, 2011 at 11:25 pm - Reply

    in thw greek language the word “brothers” translates to adelfi (a-delfi) meaning two persons that came from the same wound.

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