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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
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P. and V. [[ἐλάσσων]], [[ἥσσων]], V. [[μείων]].
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'''adv.'''
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P. and V. ἔλασσον, ἧσσον, V. [[μεῖον]].
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[[prose|P.]] and [[verse|V.]] [[ἐλάσσων]], [[ἥσσων]], [[verse|V.]] [[μείων]].
<b class="b2">Much less, let alone</b>: P. μή τί γε.
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[[prose|P.]] and [[verse|V.]] [[ἔλασσον]], [[ἧσσον]], [[verse|V.]] [[μεῖον]].
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[[much less]], [[let alone]]: [[prose|P.]] μή τί γε.
 
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Latest revision as of 09:04, 10 December 2020

English > Greek (Woodhouse)

Woodhouse page for less - Opens in new window

adjective

P. and V. ἐλάσσων, ἥσσων, V. μείων.

adverb

P. and V. ἔλασσον, ἧσσον, V. μεῖον.

much less, let alone: P. μή τί γε.