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Ἓν οἶδα, ὅτι οὐδὲν οἶδα –> I know only one thing, that I know nothing | all I know is that I know nothing.
Diogenes Laertius, Lives of the Philosophers, Book 2 sec. 32.

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substantive

P. and V. ἄστυ, τό.

city: P. and V. πόλις, ἡ, V. πτόλις, ἡ.

of the town, as opposed to country, adj.: P. and V. ἀστικός.

Translations

Abkhaz: ақалақь; Adyghe: къалэ; Afrikaans: dorp; Ainu: コタン; Albanian: qytet, qytezë; Amharic: ከተማ; Arabic: مَدِينَة‎, قَرْيَة‎, بَلْدَة‎; Egyptian Arabic: مدينة‎; Aragonese: ziudat; Archi: шагьру; Armenian: քաղաք, ավան; Aromanian: cãsãbã; Assamese: নগৰ; Asturian: pueblu, ciudá; Avar: шагьар; Azerbaijani: şəhər; Baekje: 夫里; Bashkir: ҡала; Basque: herri; Bavarian: Ståd; Belarusian: горад, места; Bengali: শহর, নগর; Breton: kêr, kêrioù, kumun, kumunioù; Bulgarian: град; Burmese: မြို့; Buryat: хото; Catalan: poble, ciutat, vila; Cebuano: lungsod; Chamicuro: chi'nashtalichi; Chechen: юрт, гӏала; Cherokee: ᎦᏚᎲᎢ; Chickasaw: okla; Chinese Cantonese: 城市, 城鎮; Mandarin: 城市, 城, 鎮, 镇, 城鎮, 城镇; Chuvash: хула; Coptic: ⲃⲁⲕⲓ; Czech: město; Danish: by; Dutch: gemeente, stad, nederzetting, tuin; Eastern Mari: ола; Elfdalian: stað; Erzya: ош; Esperanto: urbo, urbeto; Estonian: linn; Faroese: býur; Finnish: pikkukaupunki, kunta, kaupunki; French: ville, commune, bourg, villette, villotte; Galician: vila; Georgian: ქალაქი; German: Stadt, Ort, Städtchen, Gemeinde; Greek: πόλη; Ancient Greek: ἄστυ, πολίχνιον; Greenlandic: illoqarfik; Gujarati: શહેર; Hausa: birni; Hebrew: עִיר‎, קִרְיָה‎, יִשּׁוּב‎; Higaonon: banuwa; Hindi: शहर, नगर; Hungarian: város; Icelandic: bær; Ido: urbo; Indonesian: kotamadya; Irish: baile, baile mór; Italian: città; Japanese: 街, 町, 都市; Kamba: taunii; Kannada: ನಗರ; Karelian: linna; Kashubian: gard; Kazakh: қала; Khmer: ទីក្រុង, ផ្សារ, កូនក្រុង, ក្រុងតូច; Kikuyu: taoni; Komi-Permyak: кар; Korean: 마을, 읍, 시; Kurdish Northern Kurdish: bajarok; Kyrgyz: шаар; Ladin: zità; Lao: ເມືອງ, ຊຽງ, ນະຄອນ; Latin: oppidum; Latvian: pilsēta; Lithuanian: miestelis; Luhya: mtauni, etauni; Lü: ᦵᦞᦇ, ᦵᦈᦲᧃᧈ, ᦵᦋᧂ; Macedonian: град, паланка; Malagasy: tanana; Malay: bandar; Malayalam: നഗരം; Maltese: raħal; Mansi: ӯс; Maori: tāone; Marathi: शहर; Meru: tauni; Moksha: ош; Mongolian: хот; Nanai: хотон; Navajo: kin shijaaʼ, kin łání, kin; Nivkh: хота; North Frisian: steed; Northern Thai: ᨩ᩠ᨿᨦ; Norwegian Bokmål: by; Nynorsk: by; Ojibwe: oodena; Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic: градъ, мѣсто; Old East Slavic: градъ, мѣсто, городъ; Old English: burg, tūn; Old French: vile; Old High German: burg, stat; Old Turkic: 𐰉𐰞𐰶‎; Oriya: ନଗର; Oromo: magaalaa; Ossetian: сахар, горӕт; Pashto: ښار‎; Pennsylvania German: Schtettel, Schteddel, Schteddelche, Schtettli, Schteddliche, Taun; Persian: شهر‎, شهرک‎; Plautdietsch: Staut; Polish: miasto, miasteczko; Portuguese: vila, aldeia, povoado, arraial; Punjabi: ਸ਼ਹਿਰ; Purepecha: iréta; Quechua: llaqta; Romanian: oraș, orașe; Romansch: citad; Russian: город, городок, посёлок, местечко, град; Rusyn: мі́сто; Sanskrit: नगर; Scots: toun; Scottish Gaelic: baile; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: град, варош, касаба, паланка; Roman: grad, varoš, kasaba, palanka; Shor: тура; Sinhalese: නගරය; Slovak: mesto; Slovene: mésto; Sorbian Lower Sorbian: město; Upper Sorbian: město; Spanish: ciudad, pueblo; Swahili: mji; Swedish: stad, tätort; Tabasaran: шагьур; Tagalog: bayan, syudad; Tajik: шаҳр; Tamil: நகரம்; Taos: plòso'óna; Tatar: шәһәр, кала; Telugu: పట్టణము, పట్నము; Tetum: sidade, vila; Thai: เมือง, พารา, นคร, เชียง; Tibetan: གྲོང་གསེབ, གྲོང་སྡེ; Tongan: kolo; Turkish: ilçe, kasaba, şehir, bucak; Turkmen: şäher; Tuvan: хоорай; Tzotzil: teklum, teklumal; Udmurt: кар; Ugaritic: 𐎓𐎗, 𐎎𐎄𐎐𐎚; Ukrainian: мі́сто, містечко; Urdu: شہر‎; Uyghur: شەھەر‎; Uzbek: shahar; Vietnamese: tỉnh, thành phố, thị trấn; Volapük: zif; Waray-Waray: bungto; Welsh: tref; West Frisian: stêd; Yakut: куорат; Yiddish: שטעטל‎, שטאָט‎; Yoruba: ìlú; Yucatec Maya: kaah; Zhuang: cinq