μέσος

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From Proto-Hellenic *métsos, from Proto-Indo-European *médʰyos ‎(between). Cognate with Latin medius, Sanskrit मध्य ‎(madhya), Old Armenian մէջ ‎(mēǰ), etc.

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μέσος ‎(mésosm ‎(feminine μέση, neuter μέσον); first/second declension

  1. middle of, between, amidst
  2. half
  3. of middle quality: moderate, intermediate

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek μέσος ‎(mésos), from Proto-Hellenic *métsos, Proto-Indo-European *médʰyos ‎(between).

Adjective[edit]

μέσος ‎(mésosm ‎(feminine μέση, neuter μέσο)

  1. middle, mid
  2. average, mean
  3. compromise

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μέσος ‎(mésosm ‎(plural μέσοι)

  1. average, median
  2. (soccer) midfielder
  3. middle finger
  4. middle toe

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