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From ἐκ- (ek-, out) +‎ δῠ́ω (dúō, to get in).

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ἐκδῠ́ω (ekdúō)

  1. to take off, remove, strip
  2. (middle voice, active or passive in middle sense) to strip oneself (of a thing), take off oneself
  3. (aorist ἐξέδῡν, perfect ἐκδέδῡκᾰ)
    1. (with genitive) to get out of, to emerge from
    2. (with accusative) to escape; to shun

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  • Greek: γδύνω (gdýno)

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