διαμηνύω

Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

δῐᾰ- (through) +‎ μηνύω (disclose, inform).

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δῐᾰμηνῠ́ω (diamēnúō) (Koine) and Mediaeval

  1. point out clearly

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Hellenistic and Byzantine Greek διαμηνύω. Morphologically, from δια- (through) + μηνύω (the ancient sense 'inform').

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ðia.miˈni.o/
  • Hyphenation: δι‧α‧μη‧νύ‧ω

VerbEdit

διαμηνύω (diaminýo) (past διεμήνυσα/διαμήνυσα, passive διαμηνύομαι)

  1. (formal) forward, convey, pass on a message, report
    O εισαγγελέας διεμήνυσε στον ανακριτή να διενεργήσει προκαταρκτική εξέταση.
    O eisangeléas diemínyse ston anakrití na dienergísei prokatarktikí exétasi.
    The prosecutor signalled to the examining magistrate to conduct a preliminary enquiry.
  2. (formal) forward message through someone else, have something announced

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