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Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From πιθ-(pith-) (zero-grade of the root of πείθω(peíthō, to persuade; to trust)) +‎ -τος(-tos, verbal adjective suffix).

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AdjectiveEdit

πιστός ‎(pistósm ‎(feminine πιστή, neuter πιστόν); first/second declension

  1. (passive) faithful, trusty
  2. (active)
    1. faithful, believing
    2. obedient, loyal

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek πιστός

AdjectiveEdit

πιστός ‎(pistósm ‎(feminine πιστή, neuter πιστό)

  1. faithful, true
    ένας πιστός φίλος (a faithful friend)
  2. perfect
    ένα πιστό αντίγραφο (a perfect copy)

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NounEdit

πιστός ‎(pistósm ‎(plural πιστοί, feminine πιστή)

  1. (religion) believer (usually in the plural)

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