σχολή

Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *seǵhe-, *sǵhē- ‎(to hold, have, possess). Compare ἔχω ‎(ékhō, I hold), σχῆμα ‎(skhêma, I hold).

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σχολή ‎(skholḗf ‎(genitive σχολῆς); first declension

  1. leisure, free time
  2. rest
  3. that in which leisure time is spent, especially lecture, disputation, discussion
  4. philosophy
  5. place where lectures were given, school, lecture hall
  6. (in the plural) the Praetorian guard (see Latin scholae)

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek σχολή ‎(skholḗ).

NounEdit

σχολή ‎(scholíf

  1. faculty (division of institutions of higher education)

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