dyskolos

δυσκόλως [4 verses](adv) "Can hardly" is dyskolos, which means "hard to satisfy with food," "hard to please," "difficult to explain," "discontented," "fretful," "peevish," (of animals) "intractable," (of things) "troublesome," "harassing," and, generally, "unpleasant." Add an "-ly" to these words to create adverbs with this sense.  - "Hardly" is from an adjective in the form of an adverb, modifying the verb, not the noun. It means "hard to satisfy with food," "hard to please," and "difficult to explain." However, since its form is that of an adverb it describes the way one enters as "hard to satisfy" or "hard to please."