θλίβω

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Etymology[edit]

Learned, from Ancient Greek θλίβω (thlíbō, squeeze, compress; oppress, distress).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈθli.vo/
  • Hyphenation: θλί‧βω

Verb[edit]

θλίβω (thlívo) (simple past έθλιψα, passive θλίβομαι) found chiefly in the present and imperfect tenses and in compounds

  1. sadden, distress
    Synonym: στενοχορώ (stenochoró)

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