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EtymologyEdit

From Byzantine Greek ὑπανδρεύω(hupandreúō), from Koine Greek ὕπανδρος(húpandros, married), from Ancient Greek ὑπό(hupó, under) + ἀνδρός(ἀndrós, man).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /panˈdɾevo/
  • Hyphenation: πα‧ντρεύ‧ω

VerbEdit

παντρεύω (pantrévo) (simple past πάντρεψα, passive form παντρεύομαι)

  1. marry, marry off, wed (arrange or take part in a marriage)

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