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kantharos

or can·tha·rus

[ kan-ther-uhs ]
/ ˈkæn θər əs /
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noun, plural kan·tha·roi [kan-thuh-roi]. /ˈkæn θəˌrɔɪ/. Greek and Roman Antiquity.
a deep bowl set upon a stem terminating in a foot and having two handles rising from the brim and curving downward to join the body.
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Origin of kantharos

First recorded in 1895–1900, kantharos is from the Greek word kántharos
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