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-idion

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a diminutive suffix occurring in loanwords from Greek: enchiridion.
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Origin of -idion

From Greek
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How to use -idion in a sentence

  • To de ts tou mkous synaireses idion tn tas eutheias inas echontn organn, hin' epispasntai ti.

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