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See also: ? and ?

Ancient Greek

Etymology

From ? (árkh?, "to begin") +‎ -? (-?, verbal noun suffix).

Pronunciation

 

Noun

o (arkh?f (genitive ); first declension

  1. beginning, origin
    • 300 BCE - 200 BCE, Septuagint, Genesis 1.1
      ? ? ? ? .
      En arkhêi epoí?sen ho theòs tòn ouranòn kaì t?n gên.
      In the beginning, God made the sky and the earth.
    • ? ? , ? ? ?, ? ? .
      En arkhêi ên ho lógos, kaì ho lógos ên pròs tòn theón, kaì theòs ên ho lógos.
      In the beginning, there was the word, and the word was with God, and God was the word.
  2. sovereignty, dominion, authority
  3. the end of a rope or stick, the corner of a sheet
    • New Testament, Acts of the Apostles 10:11:
      [] [...] ?, , ?
      [Pétros] the?reî [...] othón?n megál?n, téssarsin arkhaîs dedeménon, kaì kathiémenon epì tês gês
      [Peter] beholds [...] a great sheet, tied by four corners, and being let down on the earth.

Declension

Derived terms

  • (arkhaîos)
  • ? (arkheîon)
  • - (-árkh?s)

Descendants

  • -> Coptic: ? (arkh?)
  • Greek: ? (archí)

References


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