πολιός

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See also: πόλιος and polios

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From Proto-Indo-European *polHwós (pale, gray). Cognate with Latin palleō

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πολῐός (poliósm (feminine πολῐᾱ́, neuter πολῐόν); first/second declension
πολῐός (poliósm, f (neuter πολῐόν); second declension

  1. grey, grizzled, grizzly
    1. (most frequently, of human hair) grey from age
    2. an old man’s or old woman’s
      1. (figuratively) hoary, venerable
  2. bright, clear, serene

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πολῐός (poliósm (genitive πολῐοῦ); second declension

  1. (Byzantine) a stone
    • MelitS 1178

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