ῥέω

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-European *srew- (to flow). Cognates include Sanskrit स्रवति (sravati), Old Church Slavonic строуꙗ (struja, stream).

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Verb[edit]

ῥέω (rheō) future: ῥεύσω, ῥευσοῦμαι aorist: ἔρρευσα perfect active: ἐρρύηκα aorist passive: ἐρρύην

  1. I flow, stream, run, gush.
  2. I fall off, drop off, melt away.
  3. I pour

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This verb does not contract

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