απαίσιος

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EtymologyEdit

From Koine Greek ἀπαίσιος (apaísios, ominous, sinister), from ἀπό (apó, from) + αἴσιος (aísios, favourable), ultimately from the root of αἰτέω (aitéō, to ask for, beg) + -ιος (-ios). Compare αἶσα (aîsa, destiny, divine fate).

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απαίσιος (apaísiosm (feminine απαίσια, neuter απαίσιο)

  1. awful, dreadful, horrible appalling, terrible

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