ἀργός

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Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Indo-European *h₂erǵ- ‎(white). Cognates include Old Irish argat ‎(silver), Welsh arian ‎(silver), Sanskrit अर्जुन ‎(árjuna, white, clear) and रजत ‎(rajatá, silver), Avestan [script needed] ‎(-ərəzata, silver), Old Persian [script needed] ‎(ardata, silver), and possibly Old Armenian արծաթ ‎(arcatʿ).

AdjectiveEdit

ἀργός ‎(argósm ‎(feminine ἀργή, neuter ἀργόν); first/second declension

  1. white, bright
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Etymology 2Edit

Contracted form of ἀεργός ‎(aergós), from ἀ- ‎(a-) +‎ ἔργον ‎(érgon), and hence has a long ‎(ā).

AdjectiveEdit

ᾱ̓ργός ‎(ārgósm ‎(feminine ᾱ̓ργή, neuter ᾱ̓ργόν); first/second declension

  1. not working, idle
  2. lazy, slow
  3. fallow, fruitless
  4. unwrought, undone, unpolished
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