συμπάθεια

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From σῠμπᾰθής (sumpathḗs, affected by like feelings; exerting mutual influence, interacting) +‎ -ῐᾰ (-ia, -y, nominal suffix).

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σῠμπᾰ́θειᾰ (sumpátheiaf (genitive σῠμπᾰθείᾱς); first declension

  1. fellow feeling, sympathy
  2. (philosophy) affection, affinity
    1. (music) (of chords) vibrating together
  3. (astronomy) affinity, concord of heavenly bodies
  4. (grammar) analogy
  5. (medicine) sympathetic affection of the body
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συμπάθεια (sympátheiaf (plural συμπάθειες)

  1. fellow feeling, sympathy

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