χειμάρρους

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Etymology[edit]

Contraction of χειμάρροος (kheimárrhoos), from χεῖμα (kheîma, winter) + ῥέω (rhéō, to flow).

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χειμάρρους (kheimárrhousm or f (neuter χειμάρρουν); second declension

  1. torrential, flowing during winter, swollen by rain and melted snow
    ποταμός χειμάρρουςpotamós kheimárrhoustorrential river

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  • Greek: χείμαρρος (cheímarros)

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Noun[edit]

χειμάρρους (cheimárrous)

  1. Accusative plural form of χείμαρρος (cheímarros).