Ancient GreekEdit

PronunciationEdit

 

Etymology 1Edit

Unclear, but may be related to θῡμός (thūmós), Latin suffiō, Hittite [script needed] (tuhhae, pant, sigh), from Proto-Indo-European *dʰewh₂- (to fume; smoke, vapor, breath), or alternatively from *dʰews- (to breathe; breath, spirit, living being).

VerbEdit

θῡ́ω (thū́ō)

  1. I offer in sacrifice, slay, burn, immolate
  2. I kill, slaughter (in a general sense)
  3. (middle) I cause to be sacrificed
  4. I consult (of oracles, prophets, etc)
  5. I celebrate
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Etymology 2Edit

Unclear. Compare Latin furō. May be related to Etymology 1.

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VerbEdit

θύω (thúō)

  1. I rush in, storm, rage, seethe (in general of violent movements)
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