"Άγιος" meaning in Greek

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Adjective

IPA: /ˈa.ʝi.os/ Audio: EL-άγιος_a-ji-os.ogg
Etymology: The adjective άγιος with uppercase first letter, for names of churches, places, and official use. Lowercase is used for referring to a Saint. Head templates: {{head|el|adjective|feminine|Αγία|||||neuter|Άγιο|||g=m|head=|sort=}} Άγιος • (Ágios) m (feminine Αγία, neuter Άγιο), {{el-adj|f=Αγία|n=Άγιο}} Άγιος • (Ágios) m (feminine Αγία, neuter Άγιο) Inflection templates: {{el-decl-adj|dec=ος-α-ο-3|nopio=1|posnote=• The feminine plural Αγίες is a frequently used form, since the 17th century, probably under the influence of the ancient accusative plural τὰς ἁγίας. • The comparative αγιότερος is not used in religious titles. The superlative Αγιότατος is usually found in compounds (Παναγιότατος).|stem=Άγι|stem2=Αγί}}, {{el-decl-adj-a|abstem=|compstem=|dec=ος-α-ο-3|docnote=|form=|lemma=|nopio=1|part=|posnote=• The feminine plural Αγίες is a frequently used form, since the 17th century, probably under the influence of the ancient accusative plural τὰς ἁγίας. • The comparative αγιότερος is not used in religious titles. The superlative Αγιότατος is usually found in compounds (Παναγιότατος).|stem=Άγι|stem2=Αγί}}, {{el-decl-adj-positive|dec=ος-α-ο-3|form=|header=Declension of Άγιος|note=• The feminine plural Αγίες is a frequently used form, since the 17th century, probably under the influence of the ancient accusative plural τὰς ἁγίας. • The comparative αγιότερος is not used in religious titles. The superlative Αγιότατος is usually found in compounds (Παναγιότατος).|pionote=|stem=Άγι|stem2=Αγί}}, {{el-decl-adj-ος-α-ο-3|form=|stem=Άγι|stem2=Αγί}}, {{el-decl-adj-table|Άγιος •|Αγία •|Άγιο •|Άγιοι •|Άγιες •|Άγια •|Αγίου •|Αγίας •|Αγίου •|Αγίων •|Αγίων •|Αγίων •|Άγιο •|Αγία •|Άγιο •|Αγίους •|Άγιες •|Άγια •|Άγιε •|Αγία •|Άγιο •|Άγιοι •|Άγιες •|Άγια •}} Forms: Ágios [romanization], Αγία [feminine], Άγιο [neuter], no-table-tags [table-tags], Άγιος [masculine, nominative, singular], Αγία [feminine, nominative, singular], Άγιο [neuter, nominative, singular], Άγιοι [masculine, nominative, plural], Άγιες [feminine, nominative, plural], Άγια [neuter, nominative, plural], Αγίου [genitive, masculine, singular], Αγίας [feminine, genitive, singular], Αγίου [genitive, neuter, singular], Αγίων [genitive, masculine, plural], Αγίων [feminine, genitive, plural], Αγίων [genitive, neuter, plural], Άγιο [accusative, masculine, singular], Αγία [accusative, feminine, singular], Άγιο [accusative, neuter, singular], Αγίους [accusative, masculine, plural], Άγιες [accusative, feminine, plural], Άγια [accusative, neuter, plural], Άγιε [masculine, singular, vocative], Αγία [feminine, singular, vocative], Άγιο [neuter, singular, vocative], Άγιοι [masculine, plural, vocative], Άγιες [feminine, plural, vocative], Άγια [neuter, plural, vocative], The feminine plural Αγίες is a frequently used form, since the 17th century, probably under the influence of the ancient accusative plural τὰς ἁγίας., The comparative αγιότερος is not used in religious titles. The superlative Αγιότατος is usually found in compounds (Παναγιότατος).
  1. (religion) names of churches or holy places Categories (topical): Religion
    Sense id: en-Άγιος-el-adj-AIrXtiWu Topics: lifestyle, religion
  2. placenames deriving from names of churches
    Sense id: en-Άγιος-el-adj-EQsMFKom Categories (other): Greek entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Greek entries with incorrect language header: 11 64 25
  3. (religion, male) formal address for priests, especially of high rank, in official correspondence Tags: masculine Categories (topical): Religion
    Sense id: en-Άγιος-el-adj-DrbkKsmQ Categories (other): Greek adjectives in declension ος-α-ο-3 Disambiguation of Greek adjectives in declension ος-α-ο-3: 21 25 54 Topics: lifestyle, religion
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Synonyms: Αϊ- (Aï-) [familiar] Related terms (see): άγιος (ágios) (english: holy, saint)
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Inflected forms

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    {
      "form": "Αγία",
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    {
      "form": "Άγιο",
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    {
      "form": "Άγια",
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    },
    {
      "form": "Αγίου",
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    },
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      "form": "Αγίας",
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      "form": "Αγίους",
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    {
      "form": "Άγιε",
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        "singular",
        "vocative"
      ]
    },
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        "6": "",
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      "_dis1": "0 0 0",
      "english": "holy, saint",
      "roman": "ágios",
      "sense": "see",
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    }
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        {
          "english": "The Church of Saint Demetrius is devoted to Saint Demetrius.",
          "roman": "I ekklisía tou Agíou Dimitríou eínai afieroméni ston ágio Dimítrio.",
          "text": "Η εκκλησία του Αγίου Δημητρίου είναι αφιερωμένη στον άγιο Δημήτριο.",
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        },
        {
          "english": "the Holy Sepulchre",
          "roman": "o Ágios Táfos",
          "text": "ο Άγιος Τάφος",
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        }
      ],
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      ],
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        {
          "english": "Saint Nicholas is a city in Crete.",
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        {
          "english": "Holy father superior",
          "roman": "Ágios igoúmenos",
          "text": "Άγιος ηγούμενος",
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        },
        {
          "text": "elsewhere, written with lowercase first letter άγιος (ágios)"
        }
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        ],
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      ],
      "tags": [
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      ]
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      "ipa": "/ˈa.ʝi.os/"
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      "_dis1": "0 0 0",
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}
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    {
      "form": "Αγίας",
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    {
      "form": "Αγίου",
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    {
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    {
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    {
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    {
      "form": "Αγίους",
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    },
    {
      "form": "Άγιες",
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        "plural"
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    },
    {
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    },
    {
      "form": "Άγιε",
      "source": "declension",
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        "vocative"
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    {
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        "vocative"
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    },
    {
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        "vocative"
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        "vocative"
      ]
    },
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        "vocative"
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        "vocative"
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        "5": "",
        "6": "",
        "7": "",
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        "sort": ""
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        {
          "english": "The Church of Saint Demetrius is devoted to Saint Demetrius.",
          "roman": "I ekklisía tou Agíou Dimitríou eínai afieroméni ston ágio Dimítrio.",
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        },
        {
          "english": "the Holy Sepulchre",
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          "english": "Saint Nicholas is a city in Crete.",
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          "text": "elsewhere, written with lowercase first letter άγιος (ágios)"
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      ],
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        "masculine"
      ],
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        "lifestyle",
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      ]
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    },
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      "roman": "Aï-",
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}
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