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ship

Τὰ πάντα ῥεῖ καὶ οὐδὲν μένει → Everything flows and nothing stands still
Heraclitus

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substantive

P. and V. ναῦς, ἡ.

boat: P. and V. πλοῖον, τό, σκάφος, τό (Dem. 128), V. πορθμίς, ἡ, κύμβη, ἡ (Sophocles, Fragment), δόρυ, τό, Ar. and P. ἄκατος, ἡ, κέλης, ὁ, πλοιάριον, τό (Xen.), P. κελήτιον, τό, λέμβος, ὁ, ἀκάτιον, τό.

trireme: Ar. and P. τριήρης, ἡ.

ship of war: P. and V. ναῦς μακρά (Aesch., Pers. 380), P. πλοῖον μακρόν.

of a ship, adj.: P. and V. ναυτικός, V. νάϊος.

ringed with ships: Ar. and V. ναύφρακτος.

visited by ships: V. ναύπορος.

verb transitive

put on board: P. εἰσβιβάζειν, ἐπιβιβάζειν, ἐμβιβάζειν, ἐντιθέναι, P. and V. εἰστιθέναι (Xen.), V. ἐμβήσειν, fut. ἐμβῆσαι, 1st aor. of ἐμβαίνειν.

ship (water): V. δέχομαι, δέχεσθαι (Aesch., Theb. 796).

carry by ship: P. and V. πορθμεύειν, Ar. and P. διάγειν, Ar. and V. ναυστολεῖν, ναυσθλοῦν, V. πορεύειν (rare P. in act.).

ship across: P. διαβιβάζειν (τινά).

Translations

Abkhaz: аӷба; Afrikaans: skip; Aghwan: 𐕎𐔽𐔰; Albanian: anije; Ambonese Malay: kapal; Amharic: መርከብ, ላከ; Arabic: سَفِينَة‎; Gulf Arabic: سَفينة‎; Armenian: նավ; Old Armenian: նաւ; Assamese: জাহাজ; Assyrian Neo-Aramaic: ܣܦܝܼܢ݇ܬܵܐ‎, ܓܵܡܝܼ‎; Asturian: barcu; Azerbaijani: gəmi; Baluchi: جہاز‎; Bashkir: карап; Basque: itsasontzi; Belarusian: карабе́ль, су́дна; Bengali: জাহাজ; Brahui: جاز‎; Bulgarian: ко́раб, парахо́д; Burmese: သင်္ဘော; Catalan: vaixell, nau; Chechen: кема; Cherokee: ᏥᏳ; Chinese Cantonese: 船; Dungan: чуан; Gan: 船; Hakka: 船; Jin: 船; Mandarin: 船, 船舶; Min Bei: 船; Min Dong: 船; Min Nan: 船; Wu: 船; Xiang: 船; Chuvash: карап; Crimean Tatar: gemi; Czech: loď; Danish: skib; Dutch: schip; Elfdalian: stjipp; Erzya: иневенч; Esperanto: ŝipo; Estonian: laev; Faroese: skip; Finnish: laiva; French: vaisseau, bateau, navire; Friulian: nâf, nâv; Galician: navío, nave, barcia, beote, vaixel; Georgian: გემი, ხომალდი; German: Schiff; Gothic: 𐍃𐌺𐌹𐍀; Greek: πλοίο, καράβι; Ancient Greek: ναῦς, πλοῖον; Greenlandic: umiarsuaq; Gujarati: જહાજ; Hawaiian: moku; Hebrew: סְפִינָה‎, אֳנִיָּה \ אונייה‎; Hindi: पोत, जहाज़, जलयान; Hungarian: hajó; Icelandic: skip; Indonesian: kapal; Inuktitut: ᐅᒥᐊᕐᔪᐊᖅ; Irish: long, árthach; Italian: nave, bastimento, vascello, transatlantico, piroscafo, naviglio, battello; Japanese: 船, 船舶; Javanese: kapal; Kalmyk: керм; Kannada: ನೌಕೆ; Karelian: laiva; Kashmiri: जहाज़; Kazakh: кеме; Khmer: កប៉ាល់, នាវា, សំពៅ; Korean: 배, 선박(船舶), 선(船); Kurdish Central Kurdish: که‌شتی‎, گه‌می‎; Northern Kurdish: keştî, gemî; Kyrgyz: кеме; Ladino: nave, vapor; Lao: ກຳປັ່ນ, ເຮືອ; Latin: navis; Latvian: kuģis; Lezgi: гими; Lithuanian: laivas; Lombard: nav; Low German German Low German: Schipp; Luxembourgish: Schëff; Lü: ᦵᦣᦲᦉᦗᧁ; Macedonian: брод, лаѓа, кораб; Maguindanao: kapal; Malay: kapal; Malayalam: കപ്പല്‍, നൌക; Maltese: vapur; ġifen; Manx: lhong; Maori: kaipuke; Maranao: kapal; Marathi: जहाज; Mon: က္ၜၚ်; Mongolian Cyrillic: усан онгоц, онгоц, хөлөг; Uyghurjin: ᠤᠰᠤᠨ; ᠣᠩᠭᠤᠴᠠ, ᠣᠩᠭᠤᠴᠠ, ᠬᠥᠯᠭᠡ; Nahuatl Central: acalli; Classical: acalli; Navajo: tsin naaʼeeł; Neapolitan: barca; Nepali: जहाज; Ngazidja Comorian: meli; Nogai: кеме; North Frisian: schap; skap, Skep; Northern Sami: skiipa, láivi; Norwegian Bokmål: skip; Nynorsk: skip; Occitan: nau, vaissèl; Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic: корабл҄ь, корабь; Old East Slavic: корабль; Old English: sċip; Old High German: skif; Oriya: ଜାହାଜ; Oromo: doonii; Ossetian: науӕ, нау; Ottoman Turkish: گمی‎; Palauan: diall; Pali: nāvā; Pashto: کښتۍ‎, کيښتۍ‎, بېړۍ‎, ابګوټ‎; Persian: کشتی‎, ناو‎, جهاز‎, سماری‎; Polish: statek, okręt, korab; Portuguese: navio; Punjabi: ਜਹਾਜ਼, ਨਾਵ; Shahmukhi: جہاز‎; Romanian: navă, corabie, vas; Romansch: nav, bartga, bastiment; Russian: корабль, судно, пароход; Rusyn: корабе́ль; Sanskrit: नौ, नाव, पोत; Santali: ᱡᱟᱦᱟᱡᱽ; Scots: gailey; Scottish Gaelic: long; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: бро̑д, ла̑ђа, ко̏раб/кора̑б, ко̏рабаљ/ко̏ра̄баљ; Roman: brȏd, lȃđa, kȍrāb/korȃb, kȍrābalj/korȃbalj; Silesian: statek; Sindhi: جہاز‎; Sinhalese: නැව; Slovak: loď; Slovene: ladja; Somali: markab; Sorbian Lower Sorbian: łoź; Upper Sorbian: łódź; Southern Altai: кереп; Spanish: barco, buque, nave; Sranan Tongo: sipi; Swahili: meli, jahazi; Swedish: skepp, fartyg; Tabasaran: гими; Tagalog: barko, daong; Tajik: киштӣ, сафина; Tamil: கப்பல்; Tatar: кораб; Telugu: ఓడ, నావ, నౌక; Thai: เรือ, กำปั่น; Tibetan: གྲུ་གཟིངས; Tigrinya: መርከብ; Tok Pisin: sip; Turkish: gemi; Turkmen: gäämi, gämi, korabl, parohod; Udmurt: корабль; Ugaritic: 𐎀𐎐𐎊𐎚; Ukrainian: корабе́ль, судно́; Urdu: جہاز‎, پوت‎; Uyghur: پاراخوت‎, كېمە‎; Uzbek: kema, paroxod; Vietnamese: tàu thuỷ, tàu; Volapük: naf; Waray-Waray: barko; Welsh: llong; Yakut: хараабыл; Yiddish: שיף‎; Zhuang: ruz