οὐδείς

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From οὐδέ (oudé, and not, not even) + εἷς (heîs, one). Sometimes incorrectly stated as from οὐ (ou, no, not) + δείς (deís, no one, nothing), as a result of the later variant, οὐθείς (outheís).

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οὐδείς (oudeís)

  1. no one, nobody, none, nothing, no

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