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δυσωδέω

L'amor che move il sole e l'altre stelleLove that moves the sun and the other stars
Dante Alighieri, Paradiso, XXXIII, v. 145
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Full diacritics: δῠσωδέω Medium diacritics: δυσωδέω Low diacritics: δυσωδέω Capitals: ΔΥΣΩΔΕΩ
Transliteration A: dysōdéō Transliteration B: dysōdeō Transliteration C: dysodeo Beta Code: duswde/w

English (LSJ)

stink, pong, reek, have a strong bad smell, be ill-smelling, Ph.2.563.

Translations

Arabic: نَتُنَ‎, نَتِنَ‎; Aromanian: mput, amput, mputsãscu; Belarusian: смярдзець; Bulgarian: смърдя, воня; Burmese: နံ; Catalan: pudir; Chickasaw: kosoma, shoha; Chinese Mandarin: 發臭, 发臭, 發臭味, 发臭味, 發惡臭, 发恶臭; Crimean Tatar: sasımaq; Czech: smrdět, páchnout; Dutch: stinken; Esperanto: malbonodori; Finnish: haista; French: puer, empester; Galician: feder, abafar, cheirar; Georgian: ყარს; German: stinken, riechen, müffeln; Greek: βρομάω, βρωμάω, μυρίζω; Ancient Greek: δυσωδέω, ὄζω, ὄσδω, βρωμέω; Hawaiian: hauna; Hebrew: הִסְרִיחַ‎; Hungarian: bűzlik, büdös; Hunsrik: stinke; Italian: puzzare; Japanese: 臭う, 悪臭を放つ; Kazakh: сасу; Korean: 악취를 풍기다; Lao: ເຫມັນ, ເໝັນ; Latin: foeteo; Latvian: smirdet; Lithuanian: smirdėti; Lushootseed: ʔihəl; Macedonian: смрди; Malay: busuk; Malayalam: നാറുക, ദുർഗന്ധം വമിക്കുക; Neapolitan: fete; Occitan: pudir; Ojibwe: maazhimaagozi,, maazhimaagwad; Polish: śmierdzieć, cuchnąć, trącić, capić, walić, jebać; Portuguese: feder, tresandar; Quechua: hunyay, asnay, asnai, asyai; Romanian: puți; Russian: вонять, смердеть, дурно пахнуть; Sanskrit: पूयति; Scots: ming; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: смрдити; Roman: smrditi; Sicilian: fetiri; Slovak: smrdieť, páchnuť; Slovene: smrdeti; Spanish: heder, apestar, cantar, oler mal; Swahili: nuka; Swedish: stinka; Telugu: దుర్గంధము; Thai: เหม็น; Ukrainian: смерді́ти; Vietnamese: bốc mùi thối, bay mùi thối, thối; Volapük: lusmelön; Welsh: drewi; White Hmong: tsw phem; Yiddish: שטינקען‎