μύστης

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From μυέω (muéō, I initiate), from μῡ́ω (mū́ō, I shut), from Proto-Indo-European *mews-, *mewH-. Cognate of Latin mutus, Sanskrit मूक (muka, mute).

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Noun[edit]

μῠ́στης (mústēsm (genitive μῠ́στου); first declension

  1. one who has been initiated

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