βλάκας

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See also: Βλάχος

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek βλάξ (bláx, soft), from Ancient Greek μβλάξ (mbláx), from Ancient Greek μλάξ (mláx), from Proto-Indo-European *mel- (soft, weak, tender). Cognates include Latin mollis (soft, mild), Sanskrit मृदु (mṛdú, soft, mild, weak) and English mild.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈvlakas/
  • Hyphenation: βλά‧κας

Noun[edit]

βλάκας (vlákasm (plural βλάκες)

  1. (psychiatry, dated) person with moderate learning difficulties
  2. idiot, moron, imbecile

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