Lycoponus, practically unique, should derive from the Homeric name Lycophonus, a Trojan killed by Teucer, whose name derives from ????? lycos (wolf) and from - ?????? -fontes (killer), with the meaning of "he who kills wolves", it cannot be excluded that it may be a surname attributed to a foundling.
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