Φαίνω  

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Φαίνω (phainō) is Ancient Greek and means

  1. I shine, give light
  2. I cause to appear, bring to light
  3. I show, make known
  4. I display, exhibit
  5. I explain, expound
  6. I inform, indict
  7. I appear, seem

Etymology

It is from the same root as ϕῶς (phôs, “light”).

From Proto-Indo-European *bʰeh- (“to shine”).

Derivations




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