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substantive

P. and V. δοῦλος, ὁ, V. δούλευμα, τό.

familiarly: P. and V. παῖς, ὁ or ἡ (Sophocles, Trachiniae 54), Ar. and P. παιδίσκη, ἡ.

young slave: Ar. and P. παιδάριον, τό.

public slave: Ar. and P. δημόσιος, ὁ.

slave taken in war: Ar. and P. ἀνδράποδον, τό, Ar. and V. δμώς, ὁ.

female slave: P. and V. δούλη, ἡ.

taken in war: V. δμώη, ἡ (also Xen. but rare P.), δμωίς, ἡ.

servant: P. and V. ὑπηρέτης, ὁ; see servant.

be a slave to: P. and V. δουλεύειν; (dat.), λατρεύειν (dat.).

a slave to: Met., P. and V. δοῦλος (gen.), ἥσσων (gen.), ἡσσημένος (gen.).

like a slave, adj.: V. ἀντίδουλος.

unprotected by slaves: V. ἄδουλος.

Translations

Afrikaans: slaaf; Aghwan: 𐕎𐔰𐔼𐔽𐕒𐕡; Akkadian: 𒀴; Albanian: shkarth, skllav, skllave; Arabic: عَبْد‎, أَمَة‎; Aramaic Classical Syriac: ܥܒܕܐ‎, ܐܡܬܐ‎; Armenian: ստրուկ; Aromanian: sclav, rob; Assamese: দাস; Asturian: esclavu; Avar: лагъ; Azerbaijani: qul, bəndə, kölə; Bashkir: ҡол; Belarusian: раб, рабыня, нявольнiк, нявольнiца; Bengali: দাস, গোলাম, বান্দা; Bikol Central: uripon; Breton: sklav; Bulgarian: роб, робиня, неволник, неволница; Burmese: ကျွန်, ကျွန်မ; Catalan: esclau, esclava; Cebuano: ulipon; Chechen: лай; Chickasaw: hattak yoka'; Chinese Cantonese: 奴隸, 奴隶; Mandarin: 奴隸, 奴隶; Chuvash: чура; Crimean Tatar: qul; Czech: otrok, otrokyně, rob; Danish: slave, slavinde, træl, trælkone; Dolgan: кулут; Dutch: slaaf, slavin, tot slaaf gemaakte; Esperanto: sklavo, sklavino; Estonian: ori; Faroese: trælur, trælkona, trællur; Finnish: orja; French: esclave, serf, serve; Friulian: sclâf, sclâv; Galician: escravo, escrava; Georgian: მონა; German: Sklave, Sklavin; Gothic: 𐍃𐌺𐌰𐌻𐌺𐍃; Greek: δούλος, σκλάβος; Ancient Greek: δοῦλος, δούλη, ἀνδράποδον, Κυλλύριοι; Greenlandic: inussiaq; Haitian Creole: esklav; Hausa: bawa, baiwa; Hebrew: עֶבֶד‎, אָמָה‎, שִׁפְחָה‎; Higaonon: ulipon; Hindi: दास, ग़ुलाम, दासी; Hungarian: rabszolga; Icelandic: þræll; Ido: sklavo, sklavulo, sklavino; Indonesian: hamba, budak; Ingush: лай; Irish: sclábhaí; Old Irish: mug; Italian: schiavo, schiava; Japanese: 奴隷; Kalmyk: мухла, бөгл; Kannada: ಗುಲಾಮ; Kapampangan: alipan, ipus; Karachay-Balkar: къул; Kazakh: құл; Khakas: хул; Khmer: កញ្ជះ, ខ្ញុំ, កុដធារិកា, អសេរី, អសេរិនី, បរាធីន; Korean: 노예(奴隸), 노례(奴隸); Kumyk: къул; Kyrgyz: кул; Lao: ຂ້າ; Latgalian: viergs; Latin: servus, serva, sclavus, sclava, ancilla; Latvian: vergs, verdzene; Lingala: moúmbu; Lithuanian: vergas; Macedonian: роб, робинка; Maguindanao: ulipen; Malay: hamba; Malayalam: അടിമ; Manx: sleab; Maori: mōkai taurekareka, kahunga, mōkai, pāihi, tia, poroteke, apa, kakanga; Maranao: oripen; Mari Eastern Mari: кул; Middle English: sclave, thral; Middle Persian Mongolian Cyrillic: боол; Mwani: muja; Navajo: naalté; Nepali: दास; Norwegian Bokmål: slave, slavinne, trell, trellkvinne, trælkvinne; Nynorsk: slave, slavinne, træl, trælkvinne; Occitan: esclau; Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic: рабъ, робъ; Old East Slavic: рабъ, робъ; Old English: þēow; Old Norse: þræll; Oromo: garba; Pashto: غلام‎; Persian: برده‎, غلام‎; Plautdietsch: Sklow; Polish: niewolnik, niewolnica, rab; Portuguese: escravo, escrava; Punjabi: ਗੁਲਾਮ; Romani: dul, dula, dulin, dulinǎ; Romanian: sclav, rob, serv, șerb; Russian: раб, рабыня, раба, невольник, невольница; Saanich: sqíeŧ; Sanskrit: दास; Sardinian: isciabu, isciau, isclavu, iscrau, iscravu, sciau; Scottish Gaelic: tràill; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: ро̏б, ро̀биња; Roman: rȍb, ròbinja; Shan: ၶႃႈ; Shor: қул; Sicilian: schiavu; Sinhalese: දාසයා; Slovak: otrok, otrokyňa; Slovene: suženj, sužnja; Southern Altai: кул; Spanish: esclavo, esclava; Sumerian: 𒀴, 𒀵; Swahili: mtumwa; Swedish: slav, slavinna, träl; Tagalog: alipin, busabos; Tajik: банда, ғулом, абд, асир; Tamil: அடிமை; Tatar: кол; Telugu: దాసుడు, బానిస; Thai: ทาส, ข้า; Tibetan: བྲན་གཡོག; Tocharian B: mañiye, mañiya; käryau; Turkish: köle, kul, esir, tutsak, karavaş; Turkmen: gul; Udi: неъиъшӏ; Ugaritic: 𐎓𐎁𐎄; Ukrainian: раб, рабиня, неві́льник, неві́льниця; Umbundu: upika; Urdu: غلام‎; Uyghur: قۇل‎; Uzbek: qul, banda, asir; Venetian: sciavo, sciava; Vietnamese: nô lệ; Volapük: slafan, hislafan, jislafan; Welsh: slaf, caethwas; White Yakut: кулут; Yiddish: שקלאַף‎, קנעכט‎; Yoruba: ẹrú; Zhuang: hoiq