κρίνω

Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *krey-. Cognates include Latin cernō, Welsh gogrynu, and English rinse.

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

κρίνω (krinō) future:κρινῶ aorist:ἔκρινα perfect:κέκρικα perfect m/p: κέκριμαι aorist passive:ἐκρίθην

  1. I separate, part
  2. I order, arrange
  3. I inquire, investigate
  4. I select, choose, decide, prefer
  5. I discern between good and bad
  6. (middle & passive) I contend, dispute, quarrel
  7. I judge, pronounce
  8. I bring to court, accuse
  9. I pass sentence on, condemn, criticize

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GreekEdit

VerbEdit

κρίνω (kríno);  simple past: έκρινα (ékrina)

  1. judge, assess, decide

ConjugationEdit

Related termsEdit

see: κρίση f (krísi, crisis)
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