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Cras amet qui numquam amavit quique amavit cras amet -> May he love tomorrow who has never loved before; And may he who has loved, love tomorrow as well
Pervigilium Veneris

English > Greek (Woodhouse)

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adj.

P. and V. νέος, Ar. and P. νεαλῆς.

Of things: with masc. nouns, Ar. and V. νεανίας; with fem. nouns, V. νεᾶνις; see youthful.

New born: P. and V. νεογενής (Plat.), V. νεογνός, νεόθηλος, νεόγονος.

So young: P. and V. τηλικοῦτος, τηλικόσδε.

In one's infancy: P. and V. νήπιος, V. τυτθός.

In one's prime: P. and V. ὡραῖος, V. ἀκμαῖος, χλωρός, θαλερός, Ar. and V. νεαλής, Ar. ὡρικός.

Be young (in one's prime). v.: P. and V. ἡβᾶν, ἀκμάζειν.

Be young (generally): V. νεάζειν.

A sweet sight is a child enjoying youth with its young father: V. συννεάζων ἡδὺ παῖς νέῳ πατρί (Eur., Frag.).

Grow young again, v.: P. and V. ἀνηβᾶν.

Befitting the young: see childish, youthful.

Younger: P. and V. νεώτερος.

The younger: use also V. ὁ νεάζων.

subs.

Of animals: P. and V. θρέμμα, τό (Plat.), V. γονή, ἡ, τόκος, ὁ, νεοσσός, ὁ.

Whelp: P. and V. σκύλαξ, ὁ or ἡ, Ar. and V. σκύμνος, ὁ or ἡ.

Foal: P. and V. πῶλος, ὁ or ἡ.

Of birds: P. and V. νεοσσός, ὁ.

Infant: see infant.

The young in the womb before birth: V. κῦμα, τό. P. κύημα, τό.