τιμάω

Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From τῑμή (tīmḗ, honor) +‎ -άω (-áō).

PronunciationEdit

 

VerbEdit

τῑμᾰ́ω (tīmáō)

  1. to pay honor to, to hold in honor, treat honorably, to honor, revere
  2. (of things) to hold in honor
    1. (with genitive of price) to estimate or value
    2. (rarely) to award or give as an honor
  3. (as an Attic law term)
    1. (active, of the judge) to estimate the amount of punishment due to the criminals, award the penalty
    2. (middle, of the parties before the court)
      1. (of the accuser)
      2. (of the person accused)
      3. (the accusative of the penalty or offense is added)

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From τιμώ (timó) + modern suffix -άω (-áo). From Ancient Greek τιμῶ (timô), contracted form of τιμάω (timáō).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /tiˈma.o/
  • Hyphenation: τι‧μά‧ω

VerbEdit

τιμάω (timáo) / τιμώ (past τίμησα, passive τιμώμαι, p‑past τιμήθηκα, ppp τιμημένος)

  1. honour (UK), honor (US)
    Tίμα τον πατέρα σου και τη μητέρα σου.
    Tíma ton patéra sou kai ti mitéra sou.
    Honour your father and mother.
  2. respect
  3. commemorate
  4. (in the passive voice) see: τιμώμαι (timómai)

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Related termsEdit

  • see: τιμή f (timí, honour; price)