glutton

The Greek that is often translates as “glutton” in English is translated with figurative expressions or descriptive phrases such as “one who has just stomach” (Navajo), “a stomach-for food” (Pohnpeian), “one who eats-much” (Chuukese), or “one who thinks only of eating” (Ekari).

See also glutton (Titus).

glutton

The Greek that is often translates as “glutton” in English is translated as “a very otter” in Isthmus Mixe.

See also glutton.