-εύς

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See also: ἐΰς

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-εύς (-eúsm (genitive -έως); third declension

  1. Added to noun or adjective stems to form a masculine noun of the person concerned with a thing
  2. Added to an ancestor's or place name to form a demonym: -ian
  3. Added to verbal stems to form a masculine agent noun: -er

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