前缀amphi-, 同ambi-, 两，二。词根pher, 同fer, 拿，持有，见infer, 带来。指古希腊一种有两耳的瓶子。
- amphora (n.)
- early 14c., "two-handled vessel for holding wine, oil, etc.," from Latin amphora from Greek amphoreus "an amphora, jar, urn," contraction of amphiphoreus, literally "two-handled," from amphi- "on both sides" (see amphi-) + phoreus "bearer," related to pherein "to bear" (see infer). Also a liquid measure in the ancient world, in Greece equal to 9 gallons, in Rome to 6 gallons, 7 pints.
- 1. The greenish - yellow amphora has handles formed in the shape of dolphins.
- 2. Antique RStK Amphora Turn Teplitz Jeweled Austria Vase with Bird, circa 1918 to 1939.
- 仿古RStK安菲拉转到特普利兹宝石奥地利瓶鸟, 大约在1918年就与RStK安菲拉 1918年至1939.
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