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Ancient GreekEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From θαῦμα (thaûma, wonder, marvel) +‎ -άζω (-ázō, denominative verb suffix). Or it is from θαῦματ (thaûmat) combining with *y acting as a marker for the present tense and the combination creates the ζ.

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θαυμάζω (thaumázō)

  1. (active)
    1. to wonder, marvel, be astonished
    2. (with accusative) to look on with wonder and amazement, to wonder at
      1. to revere, honor, admire, worship
      2. to say with astonishment
    3. (with genitive) to wonder at, marvel at
    4. (rarely with dative) to wonder at
  2. (passive)
    1. to be looked at with wonder
    2. to be admired

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek θαυμάζω (thaumázō).

VerbEdit

θαυμάζω (thavmázo) (simple past θαύμασα, passive θαυμάζομαι)

  1. admire, feel admiration for
  2. look up to, look at with wonder
  3. be impressed by

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