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Ancient Greek

Etymology

From Proto-Indo-European *h?erg?- ("to begin, rule, command")[1].

Pronunciation

 

Verb

? o (árkh?)

  1. (transitive) To begin [+genitive = something, from something, with something]
  2. (transitive) To lead, rule, govern, command [+genitive = someone]; [+dative = someone]
  3. (intransitive) To be ruler; to hold an archonship

Inflection

Derived terms

  • (Agátharkhos)
  • (Aléxarkhos)
  • (apárkhomai)
  • (apárkh?)
  • ? (Arístarkhos)
  • (Arkhéd?mos)
  • ? (Arkhédikos)
  • (Arkhél?os)
  • (Arkhéstratos)
  • (Arkhí?s)
  • (Arkhigén?s)
  • (Arkhílokhos)
  • (Arkhim?d?s)
  • (diárkh?)
  • ? (Dikaíarkhos)
  • (enárkhomai)
  • (exárkh?)
  • (epárkh?)
  • (Hípparkhos)
  • ? (katárkh?)
  • (Kléarkhos)
  • ? (Kleítarkhos)
  • ? (Ploútarkhos)
  • ? (proárkh?)
  • (prosárkhomai)
  • ? (sunárkh?)
  • (Tímarkhos)
  • (hupárkh?)
  • (khimárarkhos)

Related terms

  • (árgma)
  • ? (arktéon)
  • (arktikós)
  • ? (arkh?)
  • ?- (arkhi-)
  • (arkhós)
  • (árkh?n)
  • ? (órkhamos)

Descendants

  • Greek: ? (?rcho), ? (árcho)

References

  1. ^ The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo-European Roots

Further reading


Greek

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /'ar.xo/
  • Hyphenation:

Verb

? o (?rcho)

  1. Polytonic spelling of ? (árcho)

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