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English

Etymology

From Ancient Greek δυσ- (dys-) expressing the idea of difficulty, or bad status. Cognate with Indo-European (dus-), and Sanskrit  (dur-).

Prefix

dys-

  1. bad

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French

Etymology

From Ancient Greek δυσ- (dys-) expressing the idea of difficulty, or bad status. Indo-European (dus-), and Sanskrit  (dur-).

Prefix

dys-

  1. bad status
  2. malfunctioning

Derived terms

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