pseudo-

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From combining form of Ancient Greek ψευδής (pseudēs, false, lying).

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pseudo-

  1. false, not genuine, fake
    pseudonym

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Czech[edit]

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pseudo-

  1. pseudo-

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French[edit]

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pseudo-

  1. pseudo-
    pseudo-langue - fake language

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Italian[edit]

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pseudo-

  1. pseudo-

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek ψευδής (pseudēs, lying, false)

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pseudo-

  1. False.

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Polish[edit]

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pseudo-

  1. pseudo-

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