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plant

Ὃν οἱ θεοὶ φιλοῦσιν ἀποθνήσκει νέος → He whom the gods love dies young
Menander, fr. 125

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substantive

P. and V. φυτόν, τό, V. φύλλον, τό, φυλλάς, ἡ.

verb transitive

P. and V. φυτεύειν.

sow: P. and V. σπείρειν.

fix: P. also V. πηγνύναι, Ar. καταπηγνύναι.

put down firmly: P. and V. τιθέναι (or mid.), ἐρείδειν (Plato but rare P.), V. ἀντερείδειν.

planting her foot against the side of the unhappy man: V. πλεύραισιν ἀντιβᾶσα τοῦ δυσδαίμονος (Euripides, Bacchae 1126).

plant against: P. and προσβάλλειν (τί τινι).

to plant against the towers a foothold of firm ladders: V. προσφέρειν πύργοισι πηκτῶν κλιμάκων προσαμβάσεις (Euripides, Phoenissae 488).

plant in: Ar. and V. ἐναρμόζειν (τί τινι) (Euripides, Phoenissae 1413).

planted at his post: V. τάξιν ἐμβεβώς (Euripides, Hercules Furens 164).

planted firmly: Ar. and V. πηκτός.

settle (persons or things): P. and V. οἰκίζειν, κατοικίζειν, ἱδρύειν, καθιδρύειν.

plant (a colony): P. and V. κτίζειν, οἰκίζειν, κατοικίζειν.

Dutch > Greek

plant = πόα

Translations

Abkhaz: аҵиаа; Acholi: yat; Afrikaans: plant; Akan: dua; Aklanon: tanom; Albanian: bimë; Amharic: ተክል; Arabic: نَبَات‎; Aragonese: mata; Armenian: բույս; Assamese: গছ-গছনি; Asturian: planta; Azerbaijani: bitki; South Azerbaijani: بیتکی‎; Baluchi: نهال‎, جر‎; Banjarese: tumbuhan; Bashkir: үҫемлек; Basque: landare; Belarusian: раслі́на, расьлі́на; Bengali: গাছ; Bikol Central: pananom; Bishnupriya Manipuri: চারা; Breton: plantenn; Bulgarian: растение; Burmese: အပင်; Burushaski: tom; Buryat: ургамал; Capiznon: tanum; Catalan: planta; Cebuano: tanum; Chamorro: tinanom; Chechen: орамат; Chichewa: chomera; Chinese Cantonese: 植物; Dungan: җыву; Hakka: 植物; Mandarin: 植物; Min Dong: 植物; Min Nan: 植物; Wu: 植物; Chukchi: тыӈэчьын, тыӈачьыԓгын, тыӈэчьыт; Chuvash: ӳсентӑран; Crimean Tatar: bitki; Czech: rostlina; Danish: plante; Dhivehi: ގަސް‎; Digo: muhi; Dutch: plant, gewas; Dzongkha: ཤིང་།; Erzya: касыкс; Esperanto: planto; Estonian: taim; Evenki: растение; Faroese: planta; Finnish: kasvi; French: plante; Galician: planta, vexetal; Gawwada: kaarko; Georgian: მცენარე; German: Pflanze; Alemannic German: Pflanz; Greek: φυτό; Ancient Greek: φυτόν; Greenlandic: naasoq; Guaraní: ka'a; Gujarati: છોડ; Gusii: ekemeria; Harari: ነባት; Hausa: shuka; Hawaiian: mea kanu; Hebrew: צֶמַח‎; Hiligaynon: tanum; Hindi: पौधा; Hungarian: növény; Hupdë: yúm; Icelandic: jurt, planta; Ido: planto; Igbo: osisi; Ilocano: mula; Indonesian: tumbuh-tumbuhan; Interlingua: planta; Inuktitut: ᐱᕈᖅᑐᖅ; Inupiaq: nautchiaq, nautchiiruq; Iraqw: hatlit; Irish: lus; Italian: pianta; Japanese: 植物, 草木; Javanese: ꦠꦤ꧀ꦢꦸꦫꦤ꧀; Kabyle: ⵉⵎⵖⵉ; Kalasha: muṭ; Kalmyk: урһмл; Kamba: mumea, muti; Kannada: ಗಿಡ; Karachay-Balkar: ёсюмлюк; Karaim: биткэи; Karakalpak: өсимлик; Kashubian: roscëna; Kazakh: өсімдік; Khmer: ដើម; Kikuyu: mũmera, muti; Kinaray-a: tanum; Kipsigis: minutiet; Korean: 식물(植物); Koronadal Blaan: fale; Kumyk: оьсюмлюк; Kurdish Central Kurdish: درەخت‎, ڕووەک‎; Northern Kurdish: nebat, riwek; Kyrgyz: өсүмдүк, ۅسۉمدۉك‎; Lak: ххяххия; Lao: ຕົ້ນ​ພືດ, ຕົ້ນ; Latgalian: auguojs; Latin: planta; Latvian: augs; Lezgi: набатат; Lithuanian: augalas; Livonian: taim; Low German: Plant; Lozi: simela; Luganda: ekimera; Luo: yien; Luxembourgish: Planz; Maasai: icheni; Macedonian: растение; Maguindanao: pamulan; Malay: tumbuhan; Jawi: تومبوهن‎; Manx: lus, losserey; Maori: otaota, tipu; Mapudungun: anümka; Mara Chin: chicheipa; Maranao: pamomolan; Marathi: रोपे; Mari Western Mari: кушкыш; Mauritian Creole: plant; Meru: mumera, muti; Minangkabau: tanaman, tumbuah; Mirandese: planta, begetal; Moksha: касыкс; Mongolian: ургамал; Navajo: chʼil; Nepali: बिरूवा; Ngaju: taluh belum; Nogai: оьсимлик; Norman: pliante, pllànte; Norwegian Bokmål: plante; Nynorsk: plante; Occitan: planta; Old English: wyrt, plante; Oriya: ଉଦ୍ଭିଦ; Oromo: biqila; Pashto: نبات‎; Persian: گیاه‎; Plautdietsch: Plaunt; Polish: roślina; Portuguese: planta, vegetal; Punjabi: ਬੂਟਾ, ਪੌਦਾ; Quechua: yura; Romani: drab; Romanian: plantă; Romansch: planta; Russian: растение; Rusyn: ростлина, рошлїна; Rwanda-Rundi: ikimera; Samoan: toto; Santali: ᱫᱟᱨᱮ; Saramaccan: uwíi; Sardinian: pranta; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: раслиње, биљка, биљкица, биље; Roman: raslinje, biljka, biljkica, bilje; Seychellois Creole: laplant; Shina: tom; Shona: mbesa; Sicilian: chianta, cianta; Sindhi: ٻوٽا‎; Sinhalese: පැළය; Slovak: rastlina; Slovene: rastlina; Somali: dhir; Sorbian Lower Sorbian: rostlina; Upper Sorbian: rostlina; Sotho: semela; Southern Altai: ӧзӱм; Southern Hindko: پودا; Spanish: planta, mata; Sranan Tongo: prani; Sundanese: ᮕᮨᮕᮨᮜᮊᮔ᮪, ᮒᮥᮒᮥᮝᮥᮠᮔ᮪; Surigaonon: tanom; Swahili: mmea; Swedish: planta, växt; Tagabawa: pamula; Tagalog: halaman; Tajik: ниҳол; Tamil: செடி; Tarifit: nnwaṛ; Tatar: үсемлек; Telugu: మొక్క; Thai: พืช; Tibetan: རྩི་ཤིང་།; Tigrinya: ተኽሊ; Tonga: vwakume; Tumbuka: chakumera; Tupinambá: ka'a; Turkish: bitki, ösümlük, nebat; Turkmen: ösümlik; Tuvan: үнүш; Uab Meto: hau, hauhonês, hau’amoni; Udmurt: будос; Ukrainian: рослина; Urdu: نبات‎; Urum: ӧсӱмлӱк; Uyghur: ئۆسۈملۈك‎; Uzbek: oʻsimlik; Arabic: اوسیملیک‎; Cyrillic: ўсимлик; Venetian: pianta; Veps: kazvmus; Vietnamese: thực vật, cây; Walloon: plante; Waray-Waray: tanum; Welsh: planhigyn; West Frisian: plant; Western Panjabi: پودا‎; White Hmong: nroj tshuag; Wichí Lhamtés Nocten: wichí; Xhosa: isityalo; Yakut: үүнээйи; Yaqui: juya; Yiddish: פֿלאַנץ‎, געוויקס‎; Yogad: mula; Yoruba: ohun ọ̀gbìn; Zarma: turize; Zazaki: nebat; Zhuang: doenghgo; Zulu: isitshalo