γραμμή

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From γρᾰ́φω(gráphō).

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Noun[edit]

γρᾰμμή ‎(grammḗf ‎(genitive γρᾰμμῆς); first declension

  1. a stroke or line of a pen, a line as in mathematical figures
    1. (in forming letters) a line traced by a teacher
    2. an outline
  2. a line across the course, a starting- or winning-point
    1. used metaphorically of life
    2. a boundary-line, an edge
    3. the cutting edge of a knife
  3. a line or square on a chequer-board
  4. (law) the “long line”, i.e. a death sentence
  5. (medicine) linea alba
    1. Synonym of ζέα
      • Hippiatr. 1

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  • (line across the course, starting- or winning-point): βαλβίς(balbís)
  • (“long line”, death sentence): μακρά

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the Ancient Greek γρᾰμμή(grammḗ).

Noun[edit]

γραμμή ‎(grammíf ‎(plural γραμμές)

  1. line
    γραμμή τερματισμού‎ ― grammí termatismoú ― finishing line

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