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Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From δύσθυμος(dústhumos, despondent) from δυσ-(dus-, bad) + θυμός(thumós, soul)

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NounEdit

δυσθῡμίᾱ ‎(dusthūmíāf ‎(genitive δυσθυμίας); first declension

  1. despondency, despair

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the Ancient Greek δῠσθῡμῐ́ᾱ(dusthūmíā, despondency”, “despair), from δῠσ-(dus-, bad”, “hard”, “unfortunate) + θῡμός(thūmós, temper”, “disposition).

NounEdit

δυσθυμία ‎(dysthymíaf ‎(plural δυσθυμίες)

  1. dysthymia (tendency to be depressed)

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