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See also: , , -, and Appendix:Variations of "dia"

Ancient Greek

Alternative forms

  • - (di-)before a vowel

Etymology

See (diá).

Pronunciation

 

Prefix

- o (dia-)

  1. through, right through, across, over
    - (dia-) + ‎ (baín?) -> ‎ (diabaín?, "step across, pass over")
  2. in different directions
    - (dia-) + ‎ (pémp?) -> ‎ (diapémp?, "send off in different directions, send to and fro")
    1. of separation: asunder, apart
      - (dia-) + ‎? (skedánnumi) -> ‎? (diaskedánnumi, "scatter, disperse")
    2. at variance
      - (dia-) + ‎ (ph?né?) -> ‎ (diaph?né?, "be dissonant, disagree")
    3. of mutual relation: one with another
      - (dia-) + ‎? (ag?nízomai) -> ‎ (diag?nízomai, "contend, struggle against")
      - (dia-) + ‎ (id?) -> ‎ (diid?, "contend in singing")
  3. of preeminence
    - (dia-) + ‎ (prép?) -> ‎ (diaprép?, "appear prominent, strike the eye")
  4. of completion: to the end, utterly, out
    - (dia-) + ‎? (mákhomai) -> ‎? (diamákhomai, "fight it out")
  5. to add strength: thoroughly, out and out
    - (dia-) + ‎ (gal?níz?) -> ‎ (diagal?níz?, "make quite calm")
  6. of mixture: between, partly, somewhat
    - (dia-) + ‎ (leukós) -> ‎ (diáleukos, "somewhat white")

Derived terms

References


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