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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek πρῖγκιψ (prînkips), from Latin prīnceps.

NounEdit

πρίγκιπας (prígkipasm (plural πρίγκιπες, feminine πριγκίπισσα)

  1. prince, title for the male children of a king and sometimes the extended royal family.
  2. title for the ruler of a small country
  3. senior title of the nobility
  4. (figuratively) A person living in luxury.
    Zει σαν πρίγκιπας.Zei san prígkipas.He lives like a prince.

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