"στο" meaning in Greek

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Contraction

IPA: /sto/ Forms: sto [romanization]
Etymology: Contraction of preposition σε (se) with the accusative singular of neuter article το. Also, in speech, with the masculine τον (ton) when final ‑ν is dropped (see notes). From Ancient Greek εἰς (eis, “to, in”) + τό (tó, “the”). Etymology templates: {{lang|el|‑ν}} ‑ν, {{inh|el|grc|εἰς||to, in}} Ancient Greek εἰς (eis, “to, in”) Head templates: {{head|el|contraction}} στο • (sto)
  1. Contraction of σε το (se to, “to the”). Tags: abbreviation, alt-of, contraction Alternative form of: σε το (extra: se to, “to the”) Related terms: σε + τα → στα (sta) (english: to the; se) [gender-neutral, plural], σε + τη → στη (sti) (english: to her; se) [feminine, singular], σε + την → στην (english: to her; se; tin; stin, feminine singular with final n), σε + τις → στις (stis) (english: to them; se) [feminine, plural], σε + το → στο (english: to the; se; to; sto, neutral singular & colloquially: also masculine singular), σε + τον → στον (english: to him; se; ton; ston, masculine singular with final n), σε + τους → στους (stous) (english: to them; se) [masculine, plural], σε + της → στης (stis) (english: to hers; se) [feminine, singular], σε + του → στου (stou) (english: to his; to its; se) [masculine, neuter, singular], σε + των → στων (english: to their; se; ton; ston, all genders plural)
    Sense id: en-στο-el-contraction-TQsmM3sI Categories (other): Greek entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Greek entries with incorrect language header: 47 53
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Etymology number: 1

Contraction

IPA: /sto/ Forms: sto [romanization]
Etymology: Contraction of weak genitive personal pronoun σου (sou) with the accusative singular of neuter article το (to). From Ancient Greek σου (sou, “of you”) + τό (tó, “the”). Etymology templates: {{inh|el|grc|σου||of you}} Ancient Greek σου (sou, “of you”) Head templates: {{head|el|contraction}} στο • (sto)
  1. Contraction of σου το (sou to, “(to) you”). Tags: abbreviation, alt-of, contraction Alternative form of: σου το (extra: (sou to, “(to) you”)) Synonyms: σ' το (s' to)
    Sense id: en-στο-el-contraction-f7QS-UEe Categories (other): Greek articles, Greek entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Greek articles: 42 58 Disambiguation of Greek entries with incorrect language header: 47 53
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Etymology number: 2

Alternative forms

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