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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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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek διάρροια (diárrhoia).

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  • IPA(key): /ðiˈaɾia/
  • IPA(key): /ˈðʝaɾia/
  • Hyphenation: δι‧ά‧ρροι‧α
  • Hyphenation: διά‧ρροι‧α

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διάρροια (diárroiaf (plural διάρροιες)

  1. (medicine) diarrhoea (UK), diarrhea (US) (frequent and very fluid or watery bowel movements)
    Έφαγε χαλασμένο ψάρι και την έπιασε διάρροια.Éfage chalasméno psári kai tin épiase diárroia.She ate a spoiled fish and got diarrhea.

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