How to say passion in Greek
πάθος (ancient Greek)
Part of speech: noun, (neuter)Hyphenation:
- πά | θος, Plural: πά | θη
- 1) something that happens to someone; Incident, event
- 2) something that one has experienced; experience
- 3) something bad that one has experienced; Misfortune, accident
- 4) Medicine: Suffering, sickness
- 5) Passion, emotion, affect
- 6) Rhetoric: passionate expression; pathos
- German:Pathos, Latin: pathos
Entries from our dictionary containing "πάθος":
pathos: Century; from the ancient Greek noun πάθος (páthos) "pain, suffering, passion" Synonyms: 1) Passion 2) a feeling of exuberance 3) sublime means dignified, festive Examples of use: 2) The wedding was celebrated with great pathos
pathology: Pathologie (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular pathology; Plural pathologies genitive: singular pathology; Plural pathologies dative: singular ...
Sociopath: ... Origin of the term: Formation of Latin socius and ancient Greek páthos (πάθος) "suffering" in analogy to other formations (e.g. sympathy, apathy, antipathy) ...
idiopathic: ... cause occurring Origin of the term: from ancient Greek ἴδιος = own, self and πάθος = suffering, suffering Synonyms: 1) essential, genuine, cryptogenic, primary ...
telepathy: ... from Greek τῆλε (tēle) "far, far away" and Greek πάθος (páthos) "feeling, suffering" Synonyms: 1) feeling far away ...
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πάντες (Ancient Greek) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: πάν | τες Romanization / Transcription: pantes ...
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πάσσαλος (Ancient Greek) Part of speech: noun, (masculine) Alternate forms: Attic: πάτταλος Hyphenation: ...
πάτρα (Ancient Greek) part of speech: noun, (feminine) variant forms: ionic: πάτρη syllable separation: πά | τρα, ...
πάτρης (Ancient Greek) Part of speech: Declined form Variations: Attic: πάτρας Hyphenation: πά | τρης…
πάππος (Ancient Greek) Part of speech: noun, (masculine) Romanization / transcription: pappos, plural: pappoi ...
πέλτη (Ancient Greek) part of speech: noun, (feminine) variant forms: doric: πέλτα syllable separation: πέλ | τη, ...
πέντε (Ancient Greek) Part of Speech: Numerals Other spellings: Aeolian: πέμπε Transcription / Transcription: pénte…
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