τιμή

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Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From τῑ́ω ‎(tī́ō), equivalent to Proto-Indo-European *kʷi-meh₂-, from *kʷey- ‎(value, honor).

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NounEdit

τῑμή ‎(tīmḗf ‎(genitive τῑμῆς); first declension time timh may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek τῑμή.

  1. honor, worship, esteem
  2. high office
  3. gift, offering
  4. worth, value

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek τιμή ‎(timḗ).

NounEdit

τιμή ‎(timíf ‎(plural τιμές)

  1. honour, virtue, reputation
  2. marital fidelity, virginity
  3. reputation, or conduct resulting in a good reputation
  4. pride
  5. (mathematics, computing) the value of a variable
  6. (physics) coefficient
  7. (transport) fare (the cost of a ticket)
  8. (economics, finance) the price or value of an asset
  9. (economics, finance) quote

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