φραγμός

GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

Ancient Greek φραγμός (phragmós), from the verb φράσσω (phrássō)

NounEdit

φραγμός (fragmósn (plural φραγμοί)

  1. (chiefly figuratively) restraint, barrier in anything, mainly in feelings, expressions etc.
    Δεν έχει κανένα ηθικό φραγμό να ξελογιάσει τη γυναίκα σου.
    Den échei kanéna ithikó fragmó na xelogiásei ti gynaíka sou.
    He doesn't have any moral restraint in seducing your wife.

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