γοητεύω

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From γόης (góēs, sorcerer) < γοῶν (goôn, participle) of γοάω, γοόω, γοῶ (goáō, goóō, goô, groan, weep).

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Verb[edit]

γοητεύω (goēteúō)

  1. bewitch, beguile, fascinate as a snake
  2. play the wizard

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Compounds

And see γόης (góēs), γοητεία (goēteía)

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek γοητεύω (bewitch).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ɣo.iˈte.vo/
  • Hyphenation: γο‧η‧τεύ‧ω

Verb[edit]

γοητεύω (goïtévo) (simple past γοήτευσα, γοήτεψα, passive γοητεύομαι)

  1. charm, enchant, enthrall

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