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Etymology of the Greek word lusis (λύσις)

the Greek word lusis, λύσις (dissolution; loosening; melting; a loosening; divorce; a loosening; (specially), divorce)
derived from the Greek word luein, λύω (to loosen)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *leu-

Derivations in Greek


Derivations in other languages

English osteolysis, English karyolysis, English chromatolysis, English lyase, English lyso-, French lysogène, French lysis, French photolyse, French lysine, French pyrolusite, Italian lisi, Italian lisi-, Latin lysis, Latin desmolysis

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