δρόσος

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According to Beekes, from Pre-Greek, due to the presence of an intervocalic "-σ-".

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δρόσος (drósosf (genitive δρόσου); second declension

  1. dew
  2. (poetic) pure water
  3. down on the cheek
  4. young of animals

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