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Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From *h₂érh₃-ye-, a ye-present from the root *h₂erh₃- ‎(to plough). Cognates include Old Armenian արաւր ‎(arawr), Latin arō, Old Church Slavonic орати ‎(orati), and Old English erian (Early Modern English ear). Related to ἄροτρον ‎(árotron, a plough).

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VerbEdit

ἀρόω ‎(aróō)

  1. I plow, till
  2. I sow
  3. I beget
  4. (middle voice) I enjoy the fruits of tillage

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