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Greek

Etymology

(echthrós, "enemy, foe") +‎ - (-ótita, "-ity, -ness"). First attested 1843.

Noun

o (echthrótitaf (plural ?)

  1. hostility, enmity

Declension

Synonyms

  •  f (échthra)

Related terms

  •  f (echthropraxía, "hostility, hostile act")

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