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- ὄνοιρος (Aeolic)
Compare ὄναρ (onar)
- (Classical): IPA: [óneːros]
- (Koine): IPA: [ˈo̞niːro̞s]
- (Byzantine): IPA: [ˈoniros]
ὄνειρος (genitive ὀνείρου) m, second declension; (oneiros)
The masculine and neuter forms are sometimes used together, as well as a neuter third declension pattern, and are thus cited here together.
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