μηδείς

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From μηδέ (mēdé, and not) + εἷς (heîs, one)

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Pronoun[edit]

μηδείς (mēdeís)

  1. and not one
    1. (not elided)
  2. nobody, naught, good for naught
  3. (neuter, adverbial) not at all, by no means

Inflection[edit]

Plural forms such as the masculine nominative plural μηδένες (mēdénes), Ionic μηδᾰμοί (mēdamoí), and accusative plural μηδένᾰς (mēdénas) occur rarely.

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