συγκλητικός

Ancient GreekEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From σῠ́γκλητος (súnklētos, senate) +‎ -κός (-kós) from σῠγ- (sug-, with, together) +‎ κλητός (klētós, called) from σῠγκᾰλέω (sunkaléō, to call to council, convoke, convene), equivalent to σῠν- (sun-) +‎ κᾰλέω (kaléō, to call, summon) +‎ -τῐκός (-tikós, suffix forming adjectives). In historical sense, a semantic loan from Latin senātōrius.

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AdjectiveEdit

σῠγκλητῐκός (sunklētikósm (feminine σῠγκλητῐκή, neuter σῠγκλητῐκόν); first/second declension

  1. senatorial, pertaining to a senate; belonging to or of an assembly or council of elders (as at classical Athens or Rome)
    συγκλητικαί οἰκίαιsunklētikaí oikíaisenatorial houses (families)
  2. (Koine, historical) senatorial; of senatorial rank; belonging to the Roman Senate of the Roman Republic or Roman Empire in Ancient Rome
  3. (Byzantine, historical) senatorial; of senatorial rank; belonging to the Byzantine Senate of the Byzantine Roman Empire in Constantinople
  4. summoning, beckoning, calling for, drawing together
    συγκλητικὸν μέλος ᾀδούσηςsunklētikòn mélos āidoúsēssinging a summoning song

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NounEdit

σῠγκλητῐκός (sunklētikósm (genitive σῠγκλητῐκοῦ); second declension

  1. (historical, government, politics) senator; someone of senatorial rank in the Roman Senate; member of a convened council, senate, assembly of elders, or similar upper house legislative body

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

Learnedly, from Koine Greek σῠγκλητῐκός (sunklētikós), a calque from the Latin senātōrius.[1] From σῠ́γκλητος (súnklētos, senate) +‎ -κός (-kós), equivalent to συγ- (syg-, with, together) +‎ κλητός (klitós, called) from verbal root κλη- of συγκαλώ (sygkaló), συν- (syn-) +‎ καλώ (kaló, I call, summon), from Ancient Greek σῠγκᾰλέω (sunkaléō, to call to council, convoke, convene).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /siŋ.ɡli.tiˈkos/
  • Hyphenation: συ‧γκλη‧τι‧κός
  • Old Hyphenation: συγ‧κλη‧τι‧κός

AdjectiveEdit

συγκλητικός (sygklitikósm (feminine συγκλητική, neuter συγκλητικό)

  1. senatorial; pertaining to a council or senate (governmental or academic, as at a university)
    συγκλητικές αποφάσειςsygklitikés apofáseissenatorial decisions
    Synonym: γερουσιαστικός (gerousiastikós)
    Coordinate term: γερουσία (gerousía)
  2. (historical) senatorial, of senatorial rank, belonging to the Roman Senate of the Roman Republic or Roman Empire in Ancient Rome
  3. (historical) senatorial, of senatorial rank, belonging to the Byzantine Senate of the Byzantine Roman Empire in Constantinople

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NounEdit

συγκλητικός (sygklitikósm (plural συγκλητικοί)

  1. senator; ranking professor at a university senate
  2. (historical, government, politics) senator; someone of senatorial rank in the Roman Senate; member of a convened council, senate, assembly of elders, or similar upper house legislative body

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ συγκλητικός in Λεξικό της κοινής νεοελληνικής [Dictionary of Standard Modern Greek], 1998, by the "Triantafyllidis" Foundation.