See also: πᾶς



Etymology 1Edit

From the Ancient Greek πᾶς (pâs).


πας (pasm (feminine πάσα, neuter παν)

  1. (archaic, only in set phrases) every, any
    κατά πάσα πιθανότηταkatá pása pithanótitain all likelihood
    πάσης φύσεωςpásis fýseosof every kind
    ανά πάσα στιγμήaná pása stigmíat any moment
    τέλος πάντωνtélos pántonanyway
    εν πάση περιπτώσειen pási periptóseiin any case
    Synonyms: κάθε (káthe), όποιος (ópoios)
  2. (archaic, only in set phrases) whole, all
    δια παντόςdia pantósforever
    οι πάντεςoi pánteseveryone, everybody
    τοις πάσιtois pási(known) to everyone
    Synonyms: ολόκληρος (olókliros), όλος (ólos)
Usage notesEdit
  • This pronoun is declined in Modern Greek like the Ancient word it derives from (without the polytonic accents, just the stress accent). It is nowadays only used in set phrases such as the above examples.
Related termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From the Ancient Greek ὑπάγω (hupágō).


πας (pas)

  1. 2nd person singular present form of πάω (páo).
  2. 2nd person singular dependent form of πάω (páo).
  3. 2nd person singular dependent form of πηγαίνω (pigaíno).