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Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *swésōr. Cognates include Sanskrit स्वसृ (svásṛ), Latin soror, Old Armenian քոյր (kʿoyr), Old English sweostor (English sister).

PronunciationEdit

 

NounEdit

ἔορ (éorf (genitive ); third declension

  1. daughter of a cousin (a kind of female first cousin once removed)

Usage notesEdit

There are currently no known examples of the word used in ordinary text. Rather, the word is found in Hesychius' lexicon, a collection of obscure Ancient Greek words.

InflectionEdit

  • Only ἔορ (éor) and ἔορες (éores) are attested (both of which could be nominative or vocative). The rest are inferred based on standard inflection patterns.

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