ἐχθρός

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Ancient Greek[edit]

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Adjective[edit]

ἐχθρός (ekhthrósm (feminine ἐχθρᾱ́, neuter ἐχθρόν); first/second declension

  1. (with passive meaning) hated, hateful
  2. (with active meaning) hating, hostile [+dative or genitive = to someone or something]
  3. (masculine or feminine, as substantive) enemy
  4. (ἐχθρόν ἐστι (ekhthrón esti), impersonal) it is displeasing, distasteful, unpleasant [+dative = for someone], [+infinitive = to do]

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