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υπόγειος

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EtymologyEdit

From Koine Ancient Greek ὑπόγειος (hupógeios) from Classical ὑπόγαιος (hupógaios), from ὑπό (hupó, under) + γαῖα (gaîa)/γῆ (, earth).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA: [yˈpoʝios]
  • Hyphenation: υ‧πό‧γει‧ος

AdjectiveEdit

υπόγειος (ypógeiosm,  feminine: υπόγεια (ypógeia), neuter: υπόγειο (ypógeio)

  1. underground, metro
  2. underground, subterranean, hypogeous, hypogean, hypogeal

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NounEdit

υπόγειος (ypógeiosm (plural υπόγειοι)

  1. underground railway, subway

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SynonymsEdit

  • μετρό n (metró, underground railway)