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Ae·sop

 (ē′səp, -sŏp′) Sixth century bc.
Greek fabulist traditionally considered the author of Aesop's Fables, including "The Tortoise and the Hare" and "The Fox and the Grapes."

Ae·so′pi·an (ē-sō′pē-ən), Ae·sop′ic (-sŏp′ĭk) adj.
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Aesop

(ˈiːsɒp)
n
(Biography) ?620–564 bc, Greek author of fables in which animals are given human characters and used to satirize human failings
Aeˈsopian, Aeˈsopic adj
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Ae•sop

(ˈi səp, ˈi sɒp)

n.
c620–c560 B.C., Greek writer of fables.
Ae•so•pi•an (iˈsoʊ pi ən, iˈsɒp i-) Ae•sop•ic (iˈsɒp ɪk) adj.
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Ezop

Aesop

[ˈiːsɒp] NEsopo
Aesop's FablesFábulas fpl de Esopo
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Aesop

nÄsop m; Aesop’s fablesdie äsopischen Fabeln
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Aesop

[ˈiːsɒp] nEsopo
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