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δύσνους

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Plutarch, Apophthegmata Laconica 225C12

French (Bailly abrégé)

ους, ουν :
att. c. δύσνοος.

Greek Monolingual

-ουν (AM δύσνους, -ουν
Α και -οος, -οον)
νεοελλ.
βραδύνους
μσν.
το ουδ. ως ουσ. το μίσος, η έχθρα
αρχ.
δυσμενής.

Russian (Dvoretsky)

δύσνους: стяж. к δύσνοος.

Middle Liddell

δύσ-νους, ουν
ill-affected, disaffected, τινι Soph., Eur., etc.

English (Woodhouse)

δύσνους = disaffected, disloyal, hostile, ill-disposed, malevolent, unfavourable, unfriendly, biassed unfavorably, biassed unfavourably, unfavorable

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