άηχος

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek ἄηχος (áēkhos). Synchronically analysable as α- (a-, privative alpha) +‎ ήχος (íchos, sound).

Adjective[edit]

άηχος (áichosm (feminine άηχη, neuter άηχο)

  1. silent, noiseless, soundless
  2. (phonetics, phonology) voiceless, unvoiced
    άηχο σύμφωνοvoiceless consonant
    Antonym: ηχηρός (ichirós)

Declension[edit]

Related terms[edit]

  • see: ήχος m (íchos, sound, noise)

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