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νώ

τύμβος, ὦ νυμφεῖον, ὦ κατασκαφής οἴκησις αἰείφρουρος, οἷ πορεύομαι πρὸς τοὺς ἐμαυτῆς -> Tomb, bridal chamber, eternal prison in the caverned rock, whither I go to find mine own.
Sophocles, Antigone, 883
Full diacritics: νώ Medium diacritics: νώ Low diacritics: νω Capitals: ΝΩ
Transliteration A: nṓ Transliteration B: Transliteration C: no Beta Code: nw/

English (LSJ)

   A v. ἐγώ III.    II νῷ, dat. of νοῦς.

German (Pape)

[Seite 272] nom. u. acc. dual. zu ἐγώ, für νῶϊ, wir beide, uns beide, im Att. die gewöhnliche Form.

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

νώ: ἴδε ἐν λ. ἐγὼ ΙΙΙ.

French (Bailly abrégé)

nom.-acc. duel épq., ion. et dor. de ἐγώ : nous deux.

Greek Monotonic

νώ: βλ. ἐγώ III.

Russian (Dvoretsky)

νώ: nom. и acc. dual. к ἐγώ.

Frisk Etymological English

Grammatical information: pron.
Meaning: we two, both of us
Other forms: (Att., also E 219 a. ο 475), νῶϊ (Hom.) nom. acc. du.; gen. dat. νῳ̃ν (Att.), νῶϊν (Hom.), acc. νῶε (Antim., Corinn.); possess. νωϊτερος (O 39, μ 185).
Origin: IE [Indo-European] [758] *neh₃ we two
Etymology: Old dual, identical with Av. , OCS na, IE *noH; besides with orig. long diphthong Skt. nau. Here also Lat. nōs. For νῶϊ (< *νω-Ϝι?), and νῶε several explanations have been tested, s. Schwyzer 600 ff. w. further details and rich lit.; also W.-Hofmann s. nōs.

Frisk Etymology German

νώ: (att., auch Ε 219 u. ο 475),
{nṓ}
Forms: νῶϊ (Hom.) Nom. Akk. Du.; Gen. Dat. νῳ̃ν (att.), νῶϊν (Hom.), Akk. νῶε (Antim., Korinn.);
Meaning: wir, uns beide
Derivative: Possess. νωϊτερος (O 39, μ 185).
Etymology : Alter Dual, mit aw. , aksl. na identisch, idg. *no; daneben mit urspr. Langdiphthong aind. nau. Hierher noch lat. nōs, ἡμεῖς u.a.m. Für νῶϊ (< *νωϝι?), und νῶε sind mehrere Erklärungen geprüft worden, s. Schwyzer 600 ff. m. weiteren Einzelheiten und sehr reicher Lit.; dazu noch W.-Hofmann s. nōs, ebenfalls m. Lit.
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