Last modified on 18 May 2014, at 17:17

κάθε

GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

from Byzantine Greek καθέν (kathén), neuter form of καθείς (katheís), from Ancient Greek καθ' εἶς (kath' eîs) (kath' eis) "one after the other", from ἕν καθ' έν (hén kath' én) (hen kath' en) "one by one".

DeterminerEdit

κάθε (káthe) (invariable) (distributive determiner)

  1. (individual): every, each
    κάθε υποψήφιος καλείται να … (each/every candidate is required to …)
  2. (whatever): any
    με κάθε τίμημα (at any price)
  3. (repetition): every, each
    δουλεύει κάθε σαββατοκύριακο (he works every weekend)
  4. (derigatory): any
    κάθε ανόητος μπορεί να … (any fool can …)

Derived termsEdit

See alsoEdit