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δηλητηριώδης

Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From δηλητήρ (dēlētḗr, destroyer), from δηλέομαι (dēléomai, I destroy) + εἶδος (eîdos, likeness)

PronunciationEdit

  • (5th BC Attic): IPA: /dɛ͜ɛlɛ͜ɛtɛ͜ɛri.ɔ͜ɔ́dɛ͜ɛs/

AdjectiveEdit

δηλητηριώδης (dēlētēriṓdēsm, δηλητηριώδης f, δηλητηριῶδες n; third declension

  1. harmful, poisonous, noxious
    Χαμαιλέοντος ἡ ῥίζα τοῦ μὲν μέλανος ἔχει τι δηλητηριῶδες (Aetius med. 413.1)
    τοῦ δὲ κακοῦ· ἤτοι τῶν δηλητηριωδῶν βοτανῶν (Scholia in Aristotelem, 20.177b17i.1)

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GreekEdit

AdjectiveEdit

δηλητηριώδης (dilitiriódism,  feminine: δηλητηριώδης (dilitiriódis), neuter: δηλητηριώδες (dilitiriódes)

  1. poisonous

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