προσγράφω

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προσ- (pros-) +‎ γρᾰ́φω (gráphō)

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προσγρᾰ́φω (prosgráphō)

  1. to write in addition, to add in writing
  2. to add to a list of persons, enroll, register
  3. (passive) to cause to be registered besides
  4. (passive) to register, enroll oneself
  5. (passive, of property) to be marked for confiscation
  6. to ascribe, attribute
  7. to prescribe
  8. to paint together with or beside
  9. (Koine, grammar) write immediately after another character (of the subscipt ἰῶτα, written as adscript)
    τὸ ῑ προσγεγράψεταιtò ī prosgegrápsetaithe ῑ is written as adscript [as in νῶι ]

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Etymology[edit]

Learned, from Ancient Greek προσγρᾰ́φω. Also, semantic loan from German zuschreiben. Morphologically, from προσ- (toward) +‎ γράφω (write).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /pɾozˈɣra.fo/
  • Hyphenation: προσ‧γρά‧φω

Verb[edit]

προσγράφω (prosgráfo) (past προσέγραψα, passive προσγράφομαι) chiefly in active voice, and passive participle προσγεγραμμένος

  1. (learned) attribute in addition
  2. (grammar, of ancient Greek) write immediately after another character as adscript
    see passive perfect participle προσγεγραμμένος (prosgegramménos), and the noun προσγεγραμμένη

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