δεικτικός

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From δεικ- ‎(deik-), the root of δείκνῡμι ‎(deíknūmi, show), -τῐκός ‎(-tikós, verbal adjective suffix): literally “able to show”.

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δεικτῐκός ‎(deiktikósm ‎(feminine δεικτῐκή, neuter δεικτῐκόν); first/second declension

  1. (logic, of a syllogism) able to be reduced (to a simpler or clearer form)
  2. (of a statement) categorical
  3. (grammar) demonstrative

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from the Ancient Greek δεικτῐκός ‎(deiktikós).

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Adjective[edit]

δεικτικός ‎(deiktikósm ‎(feminine δεικτική, neuter δεικτικό)

  1. indicating
  2. (grammar) demonstrative
    δεικτική αντωνυμία (demonstrative pronoun)

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