λύσις

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From λύω ‎(lúō, loosen) +‎ -σις ‎(-sis)

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Noun[edit]

λύσις ‎(lúsisf ‎(genitive λύσεως); third declension lysis lusis may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek λύσις.

  1. loosing, releasing, ransoming
  2. deliverance from guilt by expiatory rites
  3. redemption of mortgage or pledge
  4. parting
  5. emptying, evacuation
  6. remission of fever

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