ὕβρις

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Etymology[edit]

First element likely from Proto-Indo-European *ud-(outward, up) with the second element suggested by some to be from Proto-Indo-European *gʷreh₂-(heavy, strong) (whence βαρύς(barús), βριαρός(briarós) etc.).

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Noun[edit]

ῠ̔́βρις (húbrisf (genitive ῠ̔́βρεως or ῠ̔́βριος); third declension (Epic, Ionic, Doric, Attic, Koine Greek)

  1. pride
  2. insolence
  3. outrage

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