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Ancient Greek

Etymology

From - (path-) the root of (páskh?, "to suffer"), + - (-tikós, verbal adjective suffix).

Pronunciation

 

Adjective

o (path?tikósm (feminine , neuter ); first/second declension

  1. Subject to feeling or passion: sensitive
  2. Full of feeling: passionate, sensuous
  3. pathetic
  4. passive, receptive
  5. (grammar) passive

Declension

Descendants

  • Latin: path?ticus; pass?vus (calque)

References


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