στερεός

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek στερεός ‎(stereós), from Proto-Indo-European *ster- ‎(stiff). Cognate with Latin stultus, stolidus, sterilis, strēnuus, stīria. See also Old English steorfan ‎(to die), Latin torpeō, Lithuanian tirpstu ‎(to become rigid), Old Church Slavonic трупети ‎(trupeti)

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Adjective[edit]

στερεός ‎(stereósm, feminine: στερεή (stereíor στερεά (stereá), neuter: στερεό (stereó)

  1. firm, solid (of foundations, bodies etc)

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