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Particularly: “From δῐᾰρρέω(diarrhéō)?”

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δῐᾰ́ρροιᾰ ‎(diárrhoiaf ‎(genitive δῐᾰρροίᾱς); first declension

  1. (medicine, once fully as κοιλίας διάρροια) flowing through, diarrhoea

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Ancient Greek διάῤῥοια(diárrhoia)

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διάρροια ‎(diárroiaf ‎(plural διάρροιες)

  1. (medicine) diarrhoea (UK), diarrhea (US)

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