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suave

Ὄττω τις ἔραται -> Whatever one loves best | Whom you desire most
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English > Greek (Woodhouse)

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adjective

P. and V. φιλόφρων (Xen.), εὐπροσήγορος, P. εὐπρόσοδος, ῥᾴδιος, κοινός.

smooth-tongued: Ar. and V. εὔγλωσσος.

gentle: P. and V. λεῖος, πρᾶος, ἤπιος; see gentle.

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

suāve: adverb., v. suavis, I.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

suāvĕ¹⁴ (suavis), n. pris advt, agréablement : Hor. S. 1, 4, 76 ; Virg. B. 3, 63 ; 4, 43.

Latin > German (Georges)

suāve, Adv. (suavis) = suaviter angenehm, lieblich, suave olens, s. suāveolēns: suave rubens, Verg.: suave sonans, Augustin.: suave resonare, Verg.

Spanish > Greek

suave = ἀγανός, γαληνός, εἰρηνικός, ἀσθενής, ἐνδόσιμος, βληχρός, ἄτονος, ἀβαρής, ἀτρεμαῖος, ἐνάπαλος, ἀστύφελος, ἀνήνεμος, ἐάρτερος, ἄνοχος, ἀκασκαῖος, ἁπαλόστομος, ἁπαλός, ἀμαυρός, ἁβρός

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