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Difference between revisions of "πιττόω"

Ὄττω τις ἔραται -> Whatever one loves best | Whom you desire most
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|Full diacritics=πιττόω
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|Transliteration A=pittóō
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|Transliteration B=pittoō
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|Transliteration C=pittoo
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|Beta Code=pitto/w
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|Definition=''Attic'' for [[πισσόω]].
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|btext=<i>att. c.</i> [[πισσόω]].
 
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|elnltext=πιττόω, Ion. πισσόω [πίττα] met teer bedekken. med.-pass. ontharen, harsen:. κίναιδόν τινα τῶν πεπιττωμένων τὰ σκέλη een van die homo’s met geharste benen Luc. 36.33.
 
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Latest revision as of 10:46, 31 January 2021

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Full diacritics: πιττόω Medium diacritics: πιττόω Low diacritics: πιττόω Capitals: ΠΙΤΤΟΩ
Transliteration A: pittóō Transliteration B: pittoō Transliteration C: pittoo Beta Code: pitto/w

English (LSJ)

Attic for πισσόω.

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French (Bailly abrégé)

att. c. πισσόω.

Dutch (Woordenboekgrieks.nl)

πιττόω, Ion. πισσόω [πίττα] met teer bedekken. med.-pass. ontharen, harsen:. κίναιδόν τινα τῶν πεπιττωμένων τὰ σκέλη een van die homo’s met geharste benen Luc. 36.33.