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From Ancient Greek ὁμολογέω (homologéō, to agree with), equivalent to ομο- (omo-, same) +‎ λόγος (lógos, reasoning).

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  • IPA(key): /omoloˈɣo/
  • Hyphenation: ο‧μο‧λο‧γώ

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ομολογώ (omologó) (simple past ομολόγησα, passive form ομολογούμαι)

  1. (most senses, transitive, intransitive) confess, admit (concede the truth)
    Ο κατηγορούμενος ομολόγησε την ενοχή του.O katigoroúmenos omológise tin enochí tou.The accused pleaded guilty (literally, confessed his guilt).
    Τον αγαπάει, αλλά δεν πρόκειται ποτέ να ομολογήσει την αγάπη του γι' αυτόν.Ton agapáei, allá den prókeitai poté na omologísei tin agápi tou gi' aftón.He loves him but he's never going to admit his love for him.
    Ομολογώ ότι αυτή η ταινία δεν μου είναι γνωστή.Omologó óti aftí i tainía den mou eínai gností.I confess this movie isn't familiar to me.
  2. (religion, transitive, intransitive) profess (declare one's adherence to a religion)
    ομολογώ την πίστη μουomologó tin písti mouI profess my faith

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