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Ancient Greek

Etymology

Related to (barús).

Pronunciation

 

Noun

o (bárosn (genitive ? or ?); third declension

  1. weight, burden, load
  2. grief, sorrow
  3. plenty
  4. dignity, influence, power

Inflection

Related terms

  • (barúth?)
  • (barúllion)
  • (barún?)
  • (barús)
  • ? (barút?s)

References


Greek

Etymology

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Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /'va.ros/
  • Hyphenation: va?ros

Noun

o (városn (plural ?)

  1. (physics) mass
  2. weight, heaviness
    ? ? .
    To város enós antikeiménou eínai i dýnami tou antikeiménou pou ofeíletai sti varýtita.
    The weight of an object is the force of the object due to gravity.
  3. burden, load, cargo
  4. (figurative) onus

Declension

Related terms

  • ? (anisovarís, "of unequal weight")
  • ? (anisóvaros, "of unequal weight")
  •  n (antívaro, "counterbalance")
  • ?  f (ársi varón, "weightlifting")
  •  n (varídi, "sinker, weight")
  • (varýs, "weighty", adjective)
  •  f (varýtita, "gravity")
  • (isóvaros, "of equal weight")

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