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Ancient Greek

Etymology

From - (path-), zero-grade of the root of (páskh?, "I feel, suffer"). Compare the aorist (épathon). Related to (pénthos), as (báthos) is related to (bénthos).

Pronunciation

 

Noun

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

  1. pain, suffering, death
  2. misfortune, calamity, disaster, misery
  3. any strong feeling, passion, emotion
  4. condition, state
  5. incident
  6. modification of words

Inflection

Descendants

  • -> English: pathos
  • -> French: pathos
  • Greek: (páthos)
  • -> Russian: (páfos)

References


Greek

Etymology

From Ancient Greek (páthos).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): ['pa?os]
  • Hyphenation:

Noun

o (páthosn (plural ?)

  1. pathos
  2. empathy
  3. disease, misfortune, suffering, loss, grief
  4. passion, affection
  5. animosity
  6. grudge
  7. occurrence, accident

Declension

Derived terms

  • ? (pathaíno, "to suffer")
  • - f (-pátheia, "disease suffix")
  •  n (páthima, "misfortune, mishap")
  • (pathitikós, "passive", adjective)
  • ? (pathiázomai, "to become passionate")
  • (pathiasménos, "impassioned")
  • (páscho, "to suffer from")
  • (pathitikí)
  • ? (pathiázo)

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