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Ancient GreekEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From βαθύς ‎(bathús), perhaps from Proto-Indo-European *gʷeh₂dʰ- ‎(to sink, submerge).

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NounEdit

βᾰ́θος ‎(báthosn ‎(genitive βᾰ́θεος or βᾰ́θους); third declension

  1. Extension in space: depth, height, breadth, fullness
  2. profundity

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DescendantsEdit

  • Greek: βάθος n ‎(váthos, rank, grade)

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek.

NounEdit

βάθος ‎(váthosn ‎(plural βάθη)

  1. (dimension) bottom, depth (of sea, etc)
    Η λίμνη έχει μεγάλο βάθος.‎ ― I límni échei megálo váthos. ― The lake is very deep.
  2. (dimension) depth (of a cave, well, etc)
    Το σπήλαιο έχει ανυπολόγιστο βάθος.‎ ― To spílaio échei anypológisto váthos. ― The cave has an unknown depth.
  3. (figuratively) profundity, background (of character)

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