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Ancient GreekEdit

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Etymology 1Edit

VerbEdit

αὔω (aúō)

  1. to shout, call

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Usage notesEdit

Attested with diphthongal αὐ in the present and imperfect but with bisyllabic ἀϋ in the future and aorist.

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Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Hellenic *ahúhyō, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂sús-ye-ti (to be dry). Cognate with Sanskrit शुष्यति (śúṣyati), Old Church Slavonic соушити (sušiti).

VerbEdit

αὔω (aúō) (poetic)

  1. (active) to light a fire, to singe
  2. (middle) to catch fire
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