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Ancient Greek

Etymology

From Proto-Indo-European *(s)kelh?- ("to parch, wither") + - (-rós).

Pronunciation

 

Adjective

? o (skl?rósm (feminine , neuter ?); first/second declension

  1. hard
  2. harsh

Inflection

Antonyms

  • (hard): ? (malakós)

Derived terms

  • ? (skl?ró?)
    • (skl?r?sis)

Descendants

  • Greek: ? (sklirós).

Further reading


Greek

Etymology

From Ancient Greek ? (skl?rós, "hard, tough")

Pronunciation

Adjective

? o (sklirósm (feminine , neuter )

  1. hard
  2. fierce, rough, cruel, harsh

Declension

Related terms

  • - (skliro-)
  • - (skliró-)
  • (sklirýno, "to harden")
  • ?  m (sklirós dískos, "hard disk")
  •  n (skliró alévri, "bread flour, strong flour")

Further reading


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