σημασία

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Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From σημαίνω ‎(sēmaínō).

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NounEdit

σημᾰσῐ́ᾱ ‎(sēmasíāf ‎(genitive σημᾰσῐ́ᾱς); first declension shmasia semasia may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek σημᾰσῐ́ᾱ.

  1. the giving of a signal or command
  2. indication, designation
    1. (frequently in grammar) meaning, signification
      1. the title of a work by Chrysippus
    2. (music) notation
  3. the decisive appearance of a disease
  4. a mark
    1. of the Nile-flood
  5. address of a correspondent
  6. (in the phrase βασιλικὴ σημασία) a royal insigne or appearance

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EtymologyEdit

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NounEdit

σημασία ‎(simasíaf ‎(plural σημασίες)

  1. (lexicography) meaning, sense
    Tο ρήμα “τρέχω” έχει πολλές σημασίες.
    The verb “τρέχω” has many meanings.
  2. significance, importance
    δεν έχει σημασία
    it does not matter (has no importance)

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