ἱερόν

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Ancient Greek[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Neuter substantive of ἱερός ‎(hierós, holy)

Noun[edit]

ἱερόν ‎(hierónn ‎(genitive ἱεροῦ); second declension ieron may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek ἱερόν.

  1. holy place, temple, shrine, sanctuary

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Adjective[edit]

ῑ̔ερόν ‎(hīerón)

  1. masculine accusative singular of ἱερός ‎(hierós)
  2. neuter nominative singular of ἱερός ‎(hierós)
  3. neuter accusative singular of ἱερός ‎(hierós)
  4. neuter vocative singular of ἱερός ‎(hierós)

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