δωρεά

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See also: δωρεᾷ

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Particularly: “δῶρον (dôron) +‎ -εᾱ́ (-eā́)?”

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δωρεᾱ́ (dōreā́f (genitive δωρεᾶς); first declension

  1. a gift, a present, and especially bounty
  2. an estate granted by a king, a fief
    • PSI (Papyri Greci e Latini) 5.511.4

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From the Ancient Greek δωρεᾱ́ (dōreā́).

Noun[edit]

δωρεά (doreáf (plural δωρεές)

  1. donation, gift
  2. (law) endowment

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