πλεονάζω

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Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

PIE root
*pleh₁-

From πλείων ‎(pleíōn, too much) +‎ -άζω ‎(-ázō, denominative verb suffix).

VerbEdit

πλεονάζω ‎(pleonázō)

  1. to presume on
  2. to be superfluous, more than enough
  3. (of a writer) to be prolix or tedious

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GreekEdit

VerbEdit

πλεονάζω ‎(pleonázo) ‎(simple past πλεόνασα)

  1. be superfluous, more than enough
  2. be in the majority

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