See also: BIOS and bíos

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Etymology 1Edit

NounEdit

bios

  1. plural of bio
  2. (obsolete) A vitamin essential for the growth of yeast, since found to be several B vitamins.

Etymology 2Edit

Ancient Greek βίος (bíos). Doublet of jiva and quick.

NounEdit

bios (uncountable)

  1. In the philosophy of Giorgio Agamben, a particular mode of life; "qualified life", as opposed to the bare life or zoe.

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AdjectiveEdit

bios

  1. masculine plural of bio

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