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hate

Φοβοῦ τὸ γῆρας, οὐ γὰρ ἔρχεται μόνον → Fear old age, for it never comes alone
Menander

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verb transitive

P. and V. μισεῖν, V. στυγεῖν, ἔχθειν, Ar. and V. ἐχθαίρειν, ἀποπτύειν.

dislike: P. and V. ἄχθεσθαι (dat.), P. δυσχεραίνειν (acc. or dat., or ἐπί, dat.), Ar. and P. ἀγανακτεῖν (dat.), V. πικρῶς φέρω, πικρῶς φέρειν.

hate in return: Ar. ἀντιμισεῖν.

substantive

See hatred.

Translations

Afrikaans: haat; Albanian: urrej; Amharic: መጥላት; Arabic: كَرِهَ‎, أَبْغَضَ‎; Egyptian Arabic: كره‎, بغض‎; Armenian: ատել; Aromanian: urãscu; Asturian: odiar; Azerbaijani: nifrət etmək; Basque: gorrotatu; Belarusian: ненаві́дзець; Bengali: ঘৃণা করা; Bulgarian: мра́зя, ненави́ждам; Burmese: စက်ဆုပ်, မုန်း; Catalan: odiar; Chinese Cantonese: 好憎, 憎; Mandarin: 恨, 討厭, 讨厌, 仇恨, 憎, 憎恨, 嫌, 恨惡, 恨恶; Cornish: bos kas gans; Czech: nenávidět, nesnášet; Danish: hade; Dutch: haten; Esperanto: malami; Estonian: vihkama; Faroese: hata; Finnish: vihata; French: haïr, détester; Friulian: odeâ; Georgian: სიძულვილი, ეჯავრება, ზიზღი; German: hassen; Gothic: 𐌷𐌰𐍄𐌾𐌰𐌽; Greek: μισώ, απεχθάνομαι; Ancient Greek: μῑσέω; Hebrew: שָׂנֵא‎; Hindi: घृणा करना; Hungarian: gyűlöl; Icelandic: hata; Ido: odiar; Indonesian: benci, membenci; Irish: is fuath le; Italian: odiare; Japanese: 憎む, 嫌う, 厭う, 嫌悪する; Kazakh: жек көру; Khmer: ស្អប់, ជិន; Korean: 싫어하다, 미워하다; Kurdish Northern Kurdish: hîlet bûn, nefret kirin, hîlet bûn; Kyrgyz: жек көрүү; Ladino: aborreser; Lao: ກຽດ; Latgalian: neist; Latin: ōdī, odiō; Latvian: ienīst, neciest; Lithuanian: neapkęsti; Low German: haten; Luxembourgish: haassen; Macedonian: мрази; Malay: benci; Maltese: mibegħda, bagħad; Maore Comorian: uyenga, utukiwa na; Maori: mauāhara; Middle English: haten; Mongolian: хорсох, үзэн ядах, занах; Navajo: yijoołá; Norman: dêtester; Norwegian: hate; Occitan: asirar, aissosar; Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic: ненавидѣти; Old English: hatian; Old Norse: hata; Pashto: بدوړل‎; Persian: نفرت داشتن‎, بیزار بودن‎; Pitjantjatjara: kuraringanyi; Polish: nienawidzić; Portuguese: odiar; Quechua: chiqnikuy, chiqniy, cignii, cikii; Romanian: urî; Romansch: odiar, detestar, hassiar, spretschar; Russian: ненави́деть; Sanskrit: द्वेष्टि; Sardinian: odiai, tirriai; Serbo-Croatian: nenávideti, нена́видети; Cyrillic: мр́зити, мр́зети; Roman: mŕziti, mŕzeti; Sinhalese: ද්වේෂ කරනවා; Slovak: nenávidieť; Slovene: sovražiti; Sorbian Lower Sorbian: gramowaś, gramjeś; Spanish: odiar; Sumerian: 𒄾𒈪𒉭; Swahili: kuchukia; Swedish: hata; Tagalog: mapoot; Tajik: нафрат доштан, нафрат кардан, бад додан; Telugu: ఏవగించుకొను, అసహ్యించుకొను; Thai: เกลียด; Tibetan: དགའ་པོ་མེད་པ, སྡང་བ; Turkish: nefret etmek, iğrenmek, tiksinmek, ikrah etmek; Turkmen: ýigrenmek, ýigrençmek; Ugaritic: 𐎌𐎐𐎀; Ukrainian: нена́видіти; Urdu: گھرنا کرنا‎, نفرت کرنا‎; Uyghur: امان كۆرمەك‎, نەپرەتلەنمەك‎; Uzbek: yomon koʻrmoq, nafratlanmoq; Vietnamese: ghét; Welsh: casáu, bod yn gas gan; Yiddish: פֿײַנט האָבן‎, האַסן‎