φιλία

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Ancient GreekEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From φιλέω ‎(philéō, love)

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φῐλίᾱ ‎(philíāf ‎(genitive φιλίας); first declension

  1. friendship, love, affection, fondness
  2. friendliness, kindliness, without any affection
  3. sexual love, like ἔρως ‎(érōs)
    • Lxx, Proverbs 5.19
  4. (with regard to things) fondness for
  5. regarded as the natural force which unites discordant elements and movements, as νεῖκος ‎(neîkos) keeps them apart

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek.

NounEdit

φιλία ‎(filíaf ‎(plural φιλίες)

  1. friendship, companionship

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