Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

σῠν- (sun-, together) +‎ δέω (déō, sense: tie).

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VerbEdit

σῠνδέω (sundéō)

  1. tie togehter
  2. connect
  3. (in the mediopassive form) συνδέομαι (sundéomai) +dative
    1. join in entreating
    2. beg of someone also

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  • Greek: συνδέω (syndéo)

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek σῠνδέω (sundéō). Morphologically, from συν- (togehter) + δέω in its ancient sense ("tie").

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /sinˈðe.o/
  • Hyphenation: συν‧δέ‧ω

VerbEdit

συνδέω (syndéo) (past συνέδεσα, passive συνδέομαι)

  1. connect, link, bind
    Συνδέστε το καλώδιο με το ρεύμα.Syndéste to kalódio me to révma.Connect the wire to the 'current' (Plug in)
    Συνδέομαι με το intenet.Syndéomai me to intenet.Ι connect to the internet
  2. associate
    Μας συνδέουν κοινές αναμνήσεις.Mas syndéoun koinés anamníseis.Common memories connect us.
  3. have an affair
    Συνδέονται εδώ και τρία χρόνια, αλλά δεν παντρεύονται.
    Syndéontai edó kai tría chrónia, allá den pantrévontai.
    They (have been) are together for three years, but they do not (won't) get married.

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