τόπος

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Etymology[edit]

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Particularly: “what word from pre-greek is it, and what PIE word does it come from?”

Likely from Pre-Greek.

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Noun[edit]

τόπος (tóposm (genitive τόπου); second declension

  1. place, location
  2. topic; (rhetoric) commonplace
  3. position, office
  4. opportunity, possibility

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Noun[edit]

τόπος (tóposm (plural τόποι)

  1. place, location, locality
    1. country
    2. native land
    3. home town
  2. space, room (occupied by something)
  3. soil, land
  4. (mathematics) locus (set of points)

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