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Cras amet qui numquam amavit quique amavit cras amet -> May he love tomorrow who has never loved before; And may he who has loved, love tomorrow as well
Pervigilium Veneris
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Full diacritics: νυγμή Medium diacritics: νυγμή Low diacritics: νυγμή Capitals: ΝΥΓΜΗ
Transliteration A: nygmḗ Transliteration B: nygmē Transliteration C: nygmi Beta Code: nugmh/

English (LSJ)

ἡ, = sq., Plu.Ant.86.    2 dot, in punctuation, Dosith.p.380 K.

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Greek (Liddell-Scott)

νυγμή: ἡ, = τῷ ἑπομ., Πλουτ. Ἀντών. 86. 2) Καθ’ Ἡσύχ.: «νυγμή. κέντρον».

French (Bailly abrégé)

ῆς (ἡ) :
Étymologie: νύσσω.

Greek Monolingual

νυγμή, ἡ (Α)
1. νυγμός
2. (στη στίξη) η στιγμή, η τελεία.
[ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. < θ. νυγ- (πρβλ. παθ. αόρ. ἐνύγ-ην) του νύσσω «κεντώ» + κατάλ. -μη].

Greek Monotonic

νυγμή: ἡ (νύσσω), κέντρισμα, τσίμπημα, σε Πλούτ.

Russian (Dvoretsky)

νυγμή: ἡ укол Plut.

Middle Liddell

νυγμή, ἡ, νύσσω
a pricking, puncture, Plut.