ἑός

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

PIE word
*swé

From Proto-Indo-European *sewo-, from *swé. Cognates include Latin suus. Compare ὅς ‎(hós).

Pronunciation[edit]

Pronoun[edit]

ἑός ‎(heós)

  1. (possessive) his/her own

Inflection[edit]

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(Dictionaries at Logeion:
LSJ: "ἑός, ἑή, ἑόν, dat. written εἱῷ", AutenriethHomer: "ἑός,ἑή,ἑόν ([..], cf. suus), gen. ἑοῦ, ἑοῖο, ἑῆς", SlaterPindar: "ἑός (ἑοῖο, ἑῷ, ἑόν; ἑῶν: ἑᾶς, ἑᾷ, ἑάν; ἑαῖς: ἑόν acc.)")

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