οὐδέ

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From οὐ (ou, not) + δέ (, but)

Pronunciation[edit]

Conjunction[edit]

οὐδέ (oudé)

  1. (mostly answering to μέν (mén)) but not
  2. (more often) and not, nor
    1. (without a negative preceding)
    2. (with a simple negative preceding)

Adverb[edit]

οὐδέ (oudé)

  1. not even, not at all

Usage notes[edit]

When οὐδέ (oudé) is repeated at the beginning of two clauses, the first is often adverbial and the second is a conjunction. It may also follow οὔτε (oúte), as an anacoluthon.

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