διά

Ancient GreekEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From *δισα ‎(disa), from Proto-Indo-European *dwis (related to δίς ‎(dís, twice) and δύο ‎(dúo, two)). Cognates include Latin dis- and Gothic 𐌳𐌹𐍃- ‎(dis-).

PronunciationEdit

 

PrepositionEdit

δῐᾰ́ ‎(diá)

  1. (with genitive)
    1. (of a place)
      1. in a line
      2. through
      3. in the midst of, between
      4. along
      5. at intervals of, at every
    2. (time)
      1. between
      2. after
      3. every (interval of time)
    3. (causality)
      1. through, by
      2. (later prose) out of (materials from which something is made)
  2. (with accusative)
    1. (of a place, poetic) through, among
    2. (time) during
    3. (causality)
      1. thanks to, by aid of
      2. because of
      3. for the sake of

AdverbEdit

δῐᾰ́ ‎(diá)

  1. throughout

PrefixEdit

δῐᾰ́ ‎(diá)

  1. through
  2. in different directions, concerning separation
  3. concerning preeminence
  4. concerning completion, to the end
  5. thoroughly, completely
  6. concerning mixture, partly
  7. concerning leaving an interval or breach

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GreekEdit

PrepositionEdit

διά ‎(diá)

  1. by, for
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