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multa contenta ex pagina removit, contenta nova: '{{Discretiva}} '''Anguilla''' has res significat: # ''Anguilla anguilla'' (Latinitati classica "anguilla"), species piscium # ''...'
(multa contenta ex pagina removit, contenta nova: '{{Discretiva}} '''Anguilla''' has res significat: # ''Anguilla anguilla'' (Latinitati classica "anguilla"), species piscium # ''...')
[[Fasciculus:anguillarostratakils.jpg|thumb|400px|''[[Anguilla rostrata]]'']]
'''Anguilla''' has res significat:
'''Anguilla''' est quaelibet ex circa sescentis [[piscis|piscium]] [[ordo|ordinis]] [[Anguilliformes|Anguilliformium]] [[species|speciebus]], vulgo etiam unicus piscis appellatus anguilla [[electricitas|electrica]] (''[[Electrophorus electricus|Electrophoro electrico]]''), et sermone quotidiano quilibet aliorum conformationis similis piscium, praecipue multarum [[Mastacembelidae|mastacembelidarum]] [[aqua dulcis|aquae dulcis]] et [[Notacanthidae|notacanthidarum]] [[aqua salsa|aquae salsae]], quamquam [[species]] illarum [[familia (taxinomia)|familiarum]] ad ordinem Anguilliformes non pertinent. <!--
# ''[[Anguilla anguilla]]'' (Latinitati classica "anguilla"), species [[pisces|piscium]]
# ''[[Anguillidae|Anguilla]]'', genus monotypum familiae Anguillidarum
# [[Anguilla (insula)|Anguilla]], insula [[Mare Caribaeum|Caribica]]
The English name ''eel'' descends from [[Old English]] ''?l'', [[Common Germanic]] ''*{{IPA|?}}laz''. Also from the common Germanic are [[Middle Dutch]] ''ael'', [[Old High German]] ''âl'', [[Old Norse]] ''áll''. Katz (1998)<ref>J. Katz, 'How to be a Dragon in Indo-European: Hittite illuyankas and its Linguistic and Cultural Congeners in Latin, Greek, and Germanic', in: ''Mír Curad. Studies in Honor of Calvert Watkins'', ed. Jasanoff, Melchert, Oliver, Innsbruck 1998, 317–334.</ref>
identifies a number of [[Indo-European]] cognates, among them the second part of the Latin name of the eels, ''[[Anguilla (genus)|anguilla]]'', which is attested in its simplex form ''illa'' in a glossary only, and likewise the Greek word for "eel", ''egkhelys'', the second part being attested in [[Hesychius]] as ''elyes''. The first compound member, ''anguis'' "snake", is cognate to other Indo-European words for "snake", cf. Old Irish ''escung'' "eel", Old High German ''unc'' "snake", Lithuanian ''angìs'', Greek ''ophis, okhis'', [[Vedic Sanskrit]] ''[[vrtra|áhi]]'', [[Avestan language|Avestan]] ''aži'', Armenian ''auj, iž'', [[Old Church Slavonic]] ''*{{IPA|o}}ž?'', all from Proto-Indo-European ''*og<sup>uh</sup>is, eg<sup>uh</sup>is''. The word also appears in Old English ''igil'' "hedgehog" (named as the "snake eater"), and perhaps in the ''egi-'' of Old High German ''egidehsa'' "wall lizard".
The name of [[Bellerophon]] (?e??e??f??t??, attested in a variant ???e??f??t?? in [[Eustathius of Thessalonica]]) according to this theory is also related, translating to "the slayer of the serpent" (''[[ahihán]]''), the e??e??- being an adjective for a lost e???- "snake", directly comparable to Hittite ''ellu-essar-'' "snake pit". This myth likely came to Greece via Anatolia, and in the Hittite version, the dragon is called ''[[Illuyanka]]'', the ''illuy-'' part being cognate to the ''illa'' word, and the ''-anka'' part being cognate to the ''angu'' word for "snake". As designations for "snake" (and similar shaped animals) are often liable to taboo in many Indo-European and non-Indo-European languages, no unambiguous Proto-Indo-European form for the ''eel'' word can thus be reconstructed, it could have been ''*el(l)-u-'', ''*el(l)-o-'' or similar. -->
==Vide etiam==
[[Fasciculus:Gerookte paling.jpeg|thumb|175px|Anguillae fumosae ([[Nederlandice]]: ''gerookte paling'')]]
*[[Historia vitae anguilliformium]] <!--
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==Nexus externi==
* {{FishBase order|order = Anguilliformes|month = Ianuarius|year = [[2006]]}}
* {{ITIS|ID=161123 |taxon=Anguilliformes|year=[[2008]]|date=[[4 Iunii]]}}
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