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Ancient GreekEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From the root of θνῄσκω (thnḗiskō, to die) +‎ -τος (-tos, adjectival suffix).

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θνητός (thnētósm (feminine θνητή, neuter θνητόν); first/second declension
and θνητός (thnētósm, f (neuter θνητόν); second declension

  1. Liable to death: mortal
  2. Befitting mortals

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek θνητός (thnētós), from θνῄσκω (thnḗiskō).

AdjectiveEdit

θνητός (thnitósm (feminine θνητή, neuter θνητό)

  1. mortal

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