Ancient Greek

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Etymology

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From Proto-Hellenic *məňňómai, from Proto-Indo-European *mn̥yétor (to think), from *men-. Cognates include Sanskrit मन्यते (manyate), Old Church Slavonic мьнѣти (mĭněti), Old Irish ·muinethar, and Lithuanian miniu.

Pronunciation

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Verb

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μαίνομαι (maínomai)

  1. to be mad, angry, to rage
  2. to be mad, raving, out of one's mind

Inflection

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Greek

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Verb

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μαίνομαι (maínomai) deponent found only in the present and imperfect tenses

  1. to rage (act in an angry or mad manner)

Conjugation

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