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Ancient Greek

Alternative forms

Etymology

From ?- (e-, "augment") + *?e ("deictic particle") + Proto-Indo-European *h?enos ("that") (compare (én?)). Middle part also in Latin ce-d?, cis, hi-c(e), last part also in Latin enim, nam, etc..

Pronunciation

 

Pronoun

? o (ekeînos) (Epic, Attic, Koine)

  1. (demonstrative) that
    1. (of place, to indicate something farther from the speaker) there
    2. (of time, to indicate something farther in the past)
      1. (to indicate something previously mentioned)
      2. (in contrast to (hoûtos)) the former
    3. (of someone or something famous or infamous)

Declension

Derived terms

  • ? (ekeî)
  • ? (ekeîthen)
  • (ekeîthi)
  • (ekeîse)
  • (epékeina)

Descendants

  • Greek: ? (ekeínos)

See also

References


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