θράσος

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From Proto-Indo-European *dʰers-. Cognates include Sanskrit धृष्णोति ‎(dhṛṣṇóti), Czech drzý and Lithuanian drąsus.

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θρᾰ́σος ‎(thrásosn ‎(genitive θρᾰ́σεος or θρᾰ́σους); third declension

  1. confidence, courage, boldness
  2. rashness, impudence, audacity

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Noun[edit]

θράσος ‎(thrásosn ‎(uncountable)

  1. effrontery, audacity
  2. cheek, impudence

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