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Greek: the name Myrtle, mycena, correct word
mycena, correct word, members of the family: Hi Michelle, it is touching when generations pass away, and questions on origins start to puzzle us. The name you are looking for is Myrtila (in doric Greek) or Myrtile (in attic Greek)), with the stress on the i . Wishing you good luck! Cordially,...

Greek: translate greek new testament, new testament manuscripts, new testament greek
new testament manuscripts, new testament greek, greek new testament: Hi again Richard, that s exactly what I also came upon while going through the other version. Even if there are some verses in the holy books with ambiguous or enigmatic meanings, still God can t exist in the timeless zone. Feel free to post my answer...

Greek: translation, greek word order, ancient greek word
greek word order, ancient greek word, neuter plural: Hello, The ancient Greek version of the Latin motto Spero meliora(literally, I hope for better things) would be as follows: - Ἀμείνονα ἐλπίζω as well as Bελτίονα...

Greek: Ancient Greek Translation, ancient greek translation, aeschylus agamemnon
ancient greek translation, aeschylus agamemnon, declension: Hello, actually there is no original Greek quotation of the English saying You get out of it what you put into it. Anyway I can suggest an ancient Greek translation that is an adaptation of a quotation from Aeschylus, Agamemnon, line 177 where...

Greek: Apollonios, web translator, greek authors
web translator, greek authors, greek version: Hi David, interesting question and quite hard to answer. Unlike me, you need someone who has studied papyrology and keeps records/lists of various copies of Greek authors in his files. Yet, the only thing I managed to find is that there is a another...

Greek: doric greek translation, font variations, greek translations
font variations, greek translations, greek translation: Hi Ryan, the phrase you are looking for is: αὐτῶ Σπάρτα (transliteration: autō Sparta / pronunciation: avt o Sp arta) I ve included a pic in the message with two font variations and a...

Greek: greek name translation, greek translations, name translation
greek translations, name translation, hi amy: Hi Amy, there s no difference between modern and classical Greek translations in most names. The alphabet is the same; differences are observed in the polytonic script (if applicable). The names you have submitted cannot actually be translated, because...

Greek: Greek surname meaning, greek surname, surname meaning
greek surname, surname meaning, latin alphabet: Hi again James, morphologically speaking the suffix is a kind of diminuitive form of nouns. It doesn t have a special meaning; it is just cognate of certain areas. If it is unique or odd for a particular area, then one might assume that it has occurred...

Greek: gymnastics greek spellings, ancient greek alphabet, national gymnast
ancient greek alphabet, national gymnast, plato symposium: Hello, the original correct Greek spelling of gymnastics is γυμναστική transliterated as gymnastik, as we read in Plato, Symposium, 187a. This feminine noun derives from the adjective γυμναστικός,...

Greek: Hello,, getting a tattoo, siblings
getting a tattoo, siblings, good luck: Hi Persephone, below are the names you requested in lower- and uppercase: Κόντυ / ΚΟΝΤΥ (Cody) Δημήτριος / ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΣ...

Greek: Need help translating names from English to Greek, girl scout troop, gs troop
girl scout troop, gs troop, l day: Hi Julie, sure, here are the transliterations (same order): Ισαβέλλα, Τέυλορ, Βανέσσα, Κέιτι, Άμπι,...

Greek: Translation, literal translation, exact representation
literal translation, exact representation, easter time: Hi Don, thank you for your question. I checked the meaning of bingo and it seems that it isn t the equivalent for eureka , becuase bingo in this sense means something like That s it! , i.e. an interjection which is said to express a suddenness or...

Greek: Translation, kakle, pronunciation guide
kakle, pronunciation guide, thanatos: Hello again Trevor, here is your sentence: Ancient Greek [Doric]: Οὐ δεινὸν τι θάνατος. Τὸ δὲ ἡττημένος...

Greek: ancient greek coin, lambda omicron, goddess athena
lambda omicron, goddess athena, koine greek: Hello, Although ancient coins are not my field of expertise,as you know, I think that the legend is not lambda (Λ), omicron (Ο), epsilon (Ε), but alpha (A), theta (Θ), eta (H),i.e. AΘΗ, the first three letters of the name ΆΘΗΝΑ...

Greek: Dead IN sin or dead TO sin., Ad Ephesios, 2:1
Ad Ephesios, 2:1: Hi David, your observation is correct. The word ontas should have been translated in an antithetical (adversative) way, i.e. with an although, even if sentence or participle. The main sentence of the verse is found later at 2:5 where the ontas nekrous...

Greek: doric greek, aegean basin, greek dialects
aegean basin, greek dialects, doric dialect: Hi Michael, Doric isn t a language but one of the four main Greek dialects that were spoken in the Aegean basin about 2800 years ago. Your phrase is too short to notice particular aspects of the Doric dialect, which means that it could also be Attic Greek....

Greek: Greek Bible Scripture Tattoo, bible scripture, greek bible
bible scripture, greek bible, proper translation: Hi Nick, the sentence you are looking for is: ὁφθαλμός οὐκ εἶδεν ophthalmos ouk eiden (transliteration) eye not see (word for word translation) ophthalm...

Greek: Quick English to Greek translation? Please., english to greek translation, strength and courage
english to greek translation, strength and courage, yahoo answers: Hello, Respect and Honor.Strength and Courage can be translated as follows into ancient Greek: -Τιμή καὶ εὐδοξία. Ῥώμη καὶ ἀνδρεία....

Greek: quote, ancient greek text, theiai
ancient greek text, theiai, transliteration: Hi again Britteny, I couldn t find any reference in Plato s works (where most Socratic quotes are recorded) and I do not know who else could have recorded this one. I searched also in the internet, and I found in a wiki article that it is unsourced. Of...

Greek: Requesting translation, greek word order, ancient greek word
greek word order, ancient greek word, inflectional endings: Hello, actually you did not specify if you are looking for a translation in ancient Greek or in modern Greek that are rather unlike each other. So, since I am an expert in ancient Greek (view my profile),I m translating your sentence in this language,...

Greek: Just a small favor lol., pronunciation guide, strength and courage
pronunciation guide, strength and courage, small favor: Hi again Marcel, you may omit the Mr. part when addressing me. So, the translator found the words correctly, I must say, but generally they lack in morphology; I have also tried several of them (it s something that must be checked by a human, and not...

Greek: Spartan Warrior Translation, spartan warrior, infantry soldier
spartan warrior, infantry soldier, greek warriors: Hi J, the word you are looking for is ὁ ἑτάρος (= companion), the Doric form of ὁ ἑταίρος . All Greek soldiers were addressed among themselves as ἑταίροι...

Greek: Translate phrase to Greek, greek version, man version
greek version, man version, question thanks: Hi again Vicki, I noticed that I sent you the Ancient Greek version of the sentence that you requested. My apologies if I misunderstood you. Here is the modern Greek version of it (the one that you sent me - unfortunately - is wrong in both grammar and...

Greek: Translation fom english to ancient greek, animal anatomy and physiology, ancient greek text
animal anatomy and physiology, ancient greek text, anatomy and physiology: Hello, Here is the original Greek quotation from Aristotles Parts of Animals, Book I,645b 5: Ἐν πᾶσι γὰρ τοῖς φυσικοῖς ἔνεστί...

Greek: Translation of a sentence from English to Ancient Greek, ancient aramaic, spelling guide
ancient aramaic, spelling guide, ancient numbers: Hi Lev, apologies for the slight delay. I cannot offer help for the Latin translation, as I am not good enough, neither do I know anyone who could help you on this. The Greek sentence could be analysed as follows: εἰ = conjunction; it introduces...

Greek: ἀκηδία, roman catholic theology, hieronymus bosch
roman catholic theology, hieronymus bosch, linguistic standpoint: Actually there is no difference between ἀκηδία and its alternate form ἀκήδεια, in spite of an extra letter (ε) and a differently placed accent. They both derive in fact from the verb...

Greek: Ancient Greek translation, ancient greek translation, far thanks
ancient greek translation, far thanks, greek version: Hi Penny, thank you for your question; nice to hear that you are Greek, as well as that you play the harp! So, here s the Ancient Greek version for you: ἄμουσος βίος μάταιος...

Greek: Dear Michalis,, greek translation, english letters
greek translation, english letters, michalis: Hi Maria, so you are looking for a transliteration of Greek; you can use the table on this site to do that: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanization_of_Greek Let me know if you need any examples on that. Good day to you. Cordially, Michael ...

Greek: Doric proper translation, defensor fortis, greek dialects
defensor fortis, greek dialects, latin sentences: Dear Adrian, first of all I have to point out that Doric is nothing but one of the four main Greek dialects that were spoken in Greece, i.e. Doric, Attic, Ionic, Aeolic, at the beginning of Greek civilization in ca. the 10th.century BC. In particular,...

Greek: greek translation please., pronounciation guide, greek translation
pronounciation guide, greek translation, greek version: Hi Wayne, thank you for your request; in the pronounciation guide omit the [] and stress after the sign to utter the Greek version. Here follow the answers: deep from within = βυσσόθεν (byssothen: vee-s[l] oth-en[d])...

Greek: Koine Greek Translation, genitive plural, marcus aurelius
genitive plural, marcus aurelius, stoic philosophy: Hi again Pierce, here is a grammatical & syntactical analysis: βάπτεται - 1st conjug., indicative mood, passive vb, 3rd per. Present of βάπτομαι (=to become dyed)...

Greek: oudeis, masculine pronoun, greek lexicon
masculine pronoun, greek lexicon, nominative case: Hello, actually the nominative case of the masculine pronoun οὐδείς, transliterated as oudeis, means no one. Therefore not yet one does not correspond to οὐδείς(oudeis). Please...

Greek: OYAEIC, style fonts, delta
style fonts, delta: Hi Tony, I think you ve missed the third letter. It should have been a Δ (delta), which in some Cyrillic-style fonts looks like A. Looks like you got it from an ecclesiastical source. Anyway, the word you are probably looking for is ΟΥΔΕΙC,...

Greek: Phrase from Plato's Republic into Ancient Greek, allegory of the cave, greek translation
allegory of the cave, greek translation, moleskine: Hi Ana, sure I can; I assume you are looking for a modern Greek translation. There are several ways you can say that, but the most common would be: η αλληγορία του σπηλαίου...

Greek: Surname meaning, surname meaning, list of surnames
surname meaning, list of surnames, greek origin: Hi again Ferrell, you didn t spell anything wrong and I don t mean to disappoint you, but this doesn t actually change anything. The surname derives from a first name, (Eleutherios = free) and is established as surname through the use of genitive (Eleutheriou),...

Greek: I have so many Ancient Greece questions!, greek translator, ancient greece
greek translator, ancient greece, zues: Hello, Sorry, but 17 questions are too many, indeed, and moreover a large number of them have to do with Ancient Greek History, not with Greek language which is the area of this category. So, Ill answer only few questions regarding Ancient Greek language....

Greek: ANCIENT GREEK, pronunciation guide, translation sites
pronunciation guide, translation sites, bike car: Sure Soy, you may call me Michael instead of sir :) Here is how the first phrase is made up: ἀφόβως = adverb meaning fearless ζῆν = infinitive meaning to live . It is used instead of imperative when...

Greek: ancient greek, ancient greek translation, philosophical phrases
ancient greek translation, philosophical phrases, exact meanings: Hi Manali, thank you for your interest in Greek matters :) The ζῆν version is infinitive of the Ancient Greek verb to live . One of the uses of the infinitive in Classical Greek is to form philosophical phrases and announce them as advice...

Greek: Ancient Greek word for "if", ancient greek history, ancient greek word
ancient greek history, ancient greek word, island of lesbos: Hello, the conjunction if written in Ancient Greek, or better in Doric Greek, i.e. the dialect spoken by the Doric Spartans, is αἴκα , transliterated as aika, as we read in Plutarch s On Talkativeness,one of the treatises belonging...

Greek: English to Greek translation, english to greek translation, ancient greek text
english to greek translation, ancient greek text, comparative form: Hi Shawn, thank you for your question. Here is a possible Classical Greek translation: Ancient Greek Text: πλείων μόνης ἐκλέξεως εἰμί...

Greek: family, oikos, married couple
oikos, married couple, parentage: Hi Savvas, I would say yes, a married couple can be called a family. The word oikogeneia is made up of oikos , as you said, and genos (=breed, parentage), as in the English words genus, gender . Thanks again for your question. Cordially, Michae...

Greek: GREEK, ancient greek translation, exact translation
ancient greek translation, exact translation, word translation: Hi Soy, no problem at all about asking again and again. I just don t see what the difference between live fearless and leave without fear is. At least in the Greek version the phrases have the same meaning. Apart from that, it is not reasonable to...

Greek: greek language, greek pronunciation, greek spelling
greek pronunciation, greek spelling, greek alphabet: Hi again Luke, it is the same for omicron and omega. There are some standard rules, though, where only the one or only the other apply. For example, in the verbs, the 1st person singular in the Present Tense Active voice end always in omega; in passive...

Greek: Phrase Translation, henry george liddell, phrase translation
henry george liddell, phrase translation, english lexicon: Hello, actually the correct ancient Greek expression for Love forever just in the sense you say is : ἔρως ἐς ἀεί, where ἔρως means love and ἐς ἀεί means...

Greek: Two questions about Ancient Greek names, ancient greek names, philippos
ancient greek names, philippos, geographical origin: Hi Taylor, thank you for your interesting question. Here follow my answers: #1: All Greek city names (toponyms) are capable of transforming into adjectives that accompany a first name, e.g. Hippocrates of Kos (Ἱπποκράτης...

Greek: how do you write "family" in greek?, ancient greek translation, pronunciation guide
ancient greek translation, pronunciation guide, classical greek: Hi Kristine, thank you for your question. All words are met and used also in the English language; here they follow with a little pronunciation guide in the parentheses: Modern Greek: οικογένεια =...

Greek: Xenophon's "Hellenica", chapter references, xenophon
chapter references, xenophon, own organization: Hello, with reference to the passage you mention ....οὐ μόνον τοὺς ἀπολωλότας πενθοῦντες, ἀλλὰ...

Greek: Delphi oracle last words, emperor theodosius, delphi oracle
emperor theodosius, delphi oracle, emperor julian: Hello, The prophecy B, allegedly given in 362 AD to emperor Julian the Apostate, i.e. Εἴπατε τῷ Βασιλεῖ, χαμαὶ πέσε δαίδαλος...

Greek: help translating stone plaque, Hegeso Proxeno
Hegeso Proxeno: Hi Nicole, thank you for your question; this is a copy of an attic funerary stela, dating back to the 400 BC. The seated woman is actually the deceased one, but is depicted as such. Her name is HEGESO daughter of Proxenos, as written above. See here too:...

Greek: Just need a translation..., greek lettering, time flies
greek lettering, time flies, greek inscription: Hi again Justin, this is actually the Greek version. The script is the same for Ancient Greek; there is a little change in language, though. Please, have a look at the following: Modern Greek: Ο ΧΡΟΝΟΣ ΠΕΤΑ...

Greek: Thanx michael, lowercase, uppercase
lowercase, uppercase, good luck: Hi Soy, thanks again for your question. The order of the words doesn t actually change anything in this short sentence. It all depends on how it is pronounced. In terms of syntax both ways are correct; in terms of frequency I d say ζῆν ἀφόβως....

Greek: Translation, greek word order, ancient greek word
greek word order, ancient greek word, brilliant answers: Hello, firstly Id like to thank you for your kind words. As for the translation of the quote you mention, I have to point out that the best ancient Greek version cannot be literal, and thus I suggest the following ancient Greek sentence that captures...

Greek: Accent rules, circumflex accent, acute accent
circumflex accent, acute accent, grammar books: Hello, it is so: when the last syllable is long, then the 3rd from the last is not stressed as in ἄνθρωπος- ἀνθρώπων, ἅγιος- ἁγία-ἅγιον,...

Greek: Ancient Greek translation, ancient greek translation, muhammed ali
ancient greek translation, muhammed ali, browswer: Hi Gareth, thank you for your question. Here s the translation of the quote: Δείξω σοι νῦν, ὁπόσος εἰμί Zoom in your browswer to see the...

Greek: Family Motto, family moto, spartan language
family moto, spartan language, family motto: Hi Daniel, my apologies for the delay. Please, find the requested motto as attached in various fonts. The first one is the version you are probably looking for. Let me know if you need me to analyse and explain the grammar or how it is pronounced. Good...

Greek: Greek equivalent for an English name., greek equivalent, 20000 names
greek equivalent, 20000 names, greek names: Hi Emma, thank you for your question. There is, actually, no Greek equivalent, because the name is not of Greek origin. If we judge by the meaning - which is fair offspring or little comely-one according to www.20000-names.com - then I can only suggest...

Greek: Greek translation for a tattoo, molon labe, spartan warrior
molon labe, spartan warrior, greek translation: Hi Jeremy, thank you for your question. Here s the modern Greek version of your phrase (in lower- and UPPER-case): Ποτέ μην υποχωρείς, ούτε να...

Greek: my name, feminine version, two different ways
feminine version, two different ways, ao: Hi Laura, thank you for your question. There is a hellenicised form of your name, which is rarely found and which does not match any of the versions you sent me. Here it is: Λαυρεντία / ΛΑΥΡΕΝΤΙΑ...

Greek: Being Spartan, triumph over fear, spelling error
triumph over fear, spelling error, fifth sentence: Hi Soy, thank you for your question; happy to hear about your tattoo. For the fifth sentence it is actually the first one that is correct, but there is a slight spelling error which I corrected. Please, find all of the phrases attached in as a picture...

Greek: Ancient Greek Translation, ancient greek translation, ancient greek text
ancient greek translation, ancient greek text, grammar structure: Sure, here is a verbatim translation: ἅπανθ ἑλληνικά μοί ἐστιν apanth hellenica moi estin (everything - Greek - to me - is) Good...

Greek: Euripides's Madea, violent revenge, classical canon
violent revenge, classical canon, feminist text: Hello, Tom. Your questions really require a full seminar to be properly addressed, so this answer can only touch upon some of the issues raised. To begin with, Medea is probably not an appropriate work to choose as the platform for a discourse on women...

Greek: Family name-origin, family name origin, greek word
family name origin, greek word, birth certificate: Hi Tina, the surname looks correct to me, although it could have been also transliterated as: Caryophylles. But it s not wrong, I believe; there is just a modern and an old-fashioned concept behind that. For the origin I cannot tell you much. It doesn...

Greek: Family name-origin, family name origin, correct spelling
family name origin, correct spelling, name originates from: Hi Tina, thank you for your question. The surname seems, indeed, incorrectly spelt to me, i.e. it should be Mitsopoulou (or Mitsopoulos). Well, it is quite clear that it comes from the area of Peloponnese. Good luck, then! Cordially, Michae...

Greek: Gender of Greek words., indo european languages, latin languages
indo european languages, latin languages, proto indo european: Hello, the ancient Greek noun πνεῦμα (transliterated as pnuma) as in the Biblical πνεῦμα θεοῦ (pnuma theo meaning the spirit of God, Genesis 1.2) is just a neuter...

Greek: Greek Translation, little red cap, ancient greek names
little red cap, ancient greek names, variant spelling: Hi Kyle, do you mean the Greek version of the name or a transliteration of it? These are two different things: 1) The Greek word for wolf is lykos (λύκος) and as a name in Greek is used only in the story with the little red-cap....

Greek: Your Knowlege, animal fats, traditional dishes
animal fats, traditional dishes, computer literacy: Hello. That s a pretty sweeping set of questions you ve got, so I ll try to give you some general directions on each one which you could follow up on your own. As far as the technology in general use is concerned, it s pretty much in line with rest of...

Greek: Name translation, greek lettering, correct spelling
greek lettering, correct spelling, name translation: Hi Nancy, the name is used in Greek as Virginia in Greek lettering, which would look like this: Βιργινία / ΒΙΡΓΙΝΙΑ Should you need anything else, do not hesitate...

Greek: Pronunciation, ancient greek term, feminine noun
ancient greek term, feminine noun, nominative case: Hello, first of all the ancient Greek term erotik (Greek, ἐρωτική) - meaning erotic/ amorous/ loving - is an adjective in the nominative feminine often related to the implied feminine noun τέχνη...

Greek: a proper translation, proper translation, correct translation
proper translation, correct translation, tonal system: Hi again Dan, none of the submitted versions carry the polytonic script. So, none of them is precisely translated according to the tonal system. Apart from that, only two are actually in Ancient Greek; the other four are in modern Greek. From the 2 correct...

Greek: a proper translation, proper translation, translation sites
proper translation, translation sites, person plural: Hello, here are my answers to your questions: 1- Love God can be translated correctly as follows: - Άγαπᾶτe Θεόν or Φιλεῖτε Θεόν, if the...

Greek: a proper translation, proper translation, definite article
proper translation, definite article, greatest commandment: Hello again. Rendered as a command in the style of the New Testament, in which the verb is plural ( all of you should... ), the phrase would be Αγαπάτε τον Θεόν - though you should...

Greek: translation from Ancient Greek, socrates trial, theseus
socrates trial, theseus, knossos: Hello Valentin, thank you for your question. May I ask which book are you using for your learning? There seem to be some tiny mistakes in them. They don t seem original to me. Also, the word δίς ἑπτὰ doesn t look very...

Greek: translation from Ancient Greek, theseus and the minotaur, myth of theseus and the minotaur
theseus and the minotaur, myth of theseus and the minotaur, myth of theseus: Hello, Valentin. With the reservation that, as my profile specifies, I am not expert in Ancient Greek, here are your translations. The texts are not original, but appear to be student learning exercises - very likely quite old ones - centered around the...

Greek: Some translations to ancient Greek, ancient greek culture, modern greek language
ancient greek culture, modern greek language, personal surroundings: Hi Ben, thank you for your question. So far everything seems correct to me. The plural of friend is: φίλοι. Well, I don t see anything wrong on the whole thing; I am here to assist anyway ;) Let me know if you need anything...

Greek: Initial
Hello, first of all thanks for explaining the reason why you want to know how you can write the initials that you mention. So, here are the initials that you are looking for: E K I Λ M Π Σ (for E K J L M P S ) or E K I Λ...

Greek: "remws"
Hi Bud, thank you for your question. This word occurs only 3 times and only in the later literature (e.g. Herodianus). It is composed of the future stem of ῥῶ (or also λέγω), ῥή-σω plus the suffix -μων...

Greek: Neville portrait inscription 1599
Dear David, first of all I have to point out that the translation Everywhere without visible symbol is nothing but a mere adaptation of the original words that we read in Thucydides, History of the Peloponnesian War, Book 2, chapter 43, section 3, where...

Greek: greek
Hello, the ancient Greek word t, i.e. τὰ in ancient Greek letters, is nothing but the nominative or the accusative neuter plural of the definite article ὁ , ἡ , τό (transliterated as ho, he, to) corresponding to the...

Greek: Greek translation
Hello, ἢ τὰν ἢ ἐπὶ τᾶς (in Greek small letters) that is to say: Η ΤΑΝ Η EΠΙ ΤΑΣ (in Greek capital letters) is the ancient Greek quote we...

Greek: Meaning of the word "orge"
Hello, the English words orgy and orgasm have just a connection to the Greek word org (Greek, ὀργή , meaning natural impulse, passion,mood) as well as to the Greek plural noun orgia (ὄργια) ...

Greek: Ancient greek, indirect object, direct object
indirect object, direct object, capital letters: Hello, Wisdom is power translates as ΣΟΦΙΑ ΚΡΑΤΟΣ ΕΣΤΙ in capital ancient Greek writing. Please note that ΣΟΦΙΑ means wisdom, ΚΡΑΤΟΣ...

Greek: Dictionaries, koine greek, hebrew dictionaries
koine greek, hebrew dictionaries, modern hebrew: Hi Bill, thank you for your question. Unfortunately, I have never heard of such a dictionary. I had a look in the internet, but it doesn t seem to exist. On the other hand, I don t see why Greek should be transliterated into Hebrew to make a dictionary....

Greek: Etymology, indo european languages, latin one
indo european languages, latin one, latin verb: Hi Angelos, thank you for your question. The word comes from the supine form of the Latin verb to know (cognosco -- cognit-um -- cognit-ivus). Its similarity to the Greek verb γιγνώσκω is due to the common Indo-European...

Greek: Greek translation, greek translation, doris day
greek translation, doris day, correct answer: Hello. I m not surprised you ve been getting different answers. As there is no equivalent saying in Greek, anybody asked to translate what will be, will be will have to improvise and try to approximate the original - which means there is no single correct...

Greek: keblee-puris, plato aristotle, ancient greek culture
plato aristotle, ancient greek culture, red caps: Hi Andrew, one cannot tell much about it, due to the fact that the word occurs actually only in Aristophanes. It seems to be a kind of red-capped bird, as it is mentioned among other bird names in Aristoph., Aves, 303 (TLG reference). It is a compound word...

Greek: Matthew 19:12, holy texts, god of creation
holy texts, god of creation, eunuchs: Hi Rob, thank you for the question. There is no metaphor at all! Everything is meant to be literal and it has historically been recorded and confirmed, that there were several types of eunuchs. I read the previous verses and I came to the conclusion...

Greek: Need accurate translation for tattoo!!, strength honor loyalty, accurate translation
strength honor loyalty, accurate translation, tattoo: Hi Alex, thank you for your question. Please, find the requested words below, in the same order. You may choose between lower- and uppercase; the original is the uppercase, of course: κράτος / ΚΡΑΤΟΣ...

Greek: shield/battle/death/glory, greek phrase, ancient spartans
greek phrase, ancient spartans, spartan women: Hi Laura! actually the phrase translated as with it or on it , where the pronoun it stands for the noun shield, refers to the ancient Greek phrase a Spartan mother told to her son when she gave him the shield before he went to war, as reported by...

Greek: Thinking Day - 2013, national flower, ancient roots
national flower, ancient roots, greek poetry: Hello, Melanie. Well, Greece does not have a national flower as such, but the nearest equivalent might be an olive branch - partly because of its ancient roots and very strong symbolic associations, but also because the olive tree and its fruit has always...

Greek: translations greek to english, goddess athena, theta epsilon
goddess athena, theta epsilon, theta sigma: Hello. I suspect that what you saw must have been the letters ΑΘΕ (alpha theta epsilon). They appear on the famous Athenian silver tetradrachm coins known as owls ; the helmeted head of the goddess Athena was represented on one side and...

Greek: original phrase, latin translation, animi
Greek: original phrase, latin translation, animi, penetrant

Greek: Is this Greek, wise monkeys, knowlage
wise monkeys, knowlage, latin characters: Hi William, to me it looks like Greece in a bad-spelt way and a bit altered Latin characters. The word land that follows suggests this, too. The concept font is a bit linear, but whoever invented it possibly didn t know very good English. Well, I...

Greek: "Hemin", reading plato, work of plato
reading plato, work of plato, parmenides: Hi Nick, thank you for your question. Par hemin has to be interpreted according to the meaning that a statement or thought implies in a particular sentence. I checked that work of Plato s and found several par hemin . Well, it can t anyway mean more...

Greek: Inceptive/Inchoative?, aorist subjunctive, negative conjunction
aorist subjunctive, negative conjunction, accurate thanks: Hello, No problem. Im glad to answer your questions. So, apart from the fact that Vine s entry A-2,Verb,3182,methusko in Vine s Expository Dictionnary of New Testament Words , first published in 1939, refers to the active form μεθύσκω...

Greek: Inchoative/Inceptive Verbs, aorist subjunctive, accurate thanks
aorist subjunctive, accurate thanks, translation 1: Hey Peter, no worries about asking many questions. The use of the verb seems to be the same in all verses that you sent me. Plus, if along with the passive verb you find a dative form, it is likely to be dativus auctoris. As I told you in the previous answers...

Greek: original phrase, music and rhythm, latin version
music and rhythm, latin version, greek version: Hi again Abel, below is the Greek version, too. No problem ;) καταδύεται εἰς τὸ ἐντὸς τῆς ψυχῆς ὅ...

Greek: Pronunciation of "Genvi" Switzerland, sound thanks, corax
sound thanks, corax, yen vi: Hello. The first syllable of the name Γενέβη , the city, is pronounced with a hard initial y , as in the word yak ; the final beta is, as usual, pronounced v . So the whole word, with the stress on the second e , is pronounced...

Greek: Tattoo translation, getting a tattoo, modern greek
getting a tattoo, modern greek, upper case: Hi Annie, thank you for your question. Sure, here is the text: Ancient Greek: ΜΗΠΟΘ ΗΤΤΑ, ΑΙΕΙ ΜΑΘΗΜΑ Modern, ΔΕΝ ΥΠΑΡΧΕΙ...

Greek: translation, greek dialects, doric dialect
greek dialects, doric dialect, aegean basin: Hello, strength and courage can be translated into ancient/classical Greek as ἀνδραγαθία (transliterated as andragatha) as this nominative case, feminine noun, belonging to the 1st.declension, means...

Greek: difference, transliterated version, comparative reference
transliterated version, comparative reference, ancient names: Hello Hank, thank you for your question. Plato is the Latin version of the name among many other ancient names, that kept for thousands of years their Latin spelling. Platon is the Greek transliterated version (cf. Cicero/Kikeron, Manetho/Manethon),...

Greek: English to Ancient Greek phrase, greek phrase, nominative case
greek phrase, nominative case, office library: Hello, I really think that All Knowledge is Worth Having as well as All Knowledge is Worth Seeking are really appropriate for the entrance to your office/library and I congratulate you on your collection of books. So, both All Knowledge is Worth...

Greek: I have a greek myth question, aphrodite and ares, female gods
aphrodite and ares, female gods, myth 2: Hello, kristine. Keeping in mind that consistency, logic and continuity play no great role in Greek mythology, I am not aware of any direct connection between Aphrodite s girdle and the net of Hephaestus (which was usually held to have been made of very...

Greek: Matthew 25 - 'Going' Out or 'Gone' Out?, codex sinaiticus, voice of the verb
codex sinaiticus, voice of the verb, correct translation: Dear Sonia, the words πότε ἀναλύσῃ ἐκ τῶν γάμων literally mean when he shall return from the nuptials where the English nuptials is just in...

Greek: Phoenitic Greek translation, greek translation, legitimate question
greek translation, legitimate question, geia: Hi again Sean, I see now. It s good to specify from the beginning what kind of word it is, as this saves time, too. I actually took it for an English acronym or whatever, that you wanted to have transliterated. The word is, actually, Geia or Geia sou...

Greek: Plato translation, greek mythology, two faces
greek mythology, two faces, plato: Dear Alicia ... I hope you are well ! Here is the translation of the quote : Σύμφωνα με την ελληνική μυθολογία,...

Greek: translation/analyze/pronounciation, pronunciation guide, transliteration
pronunciation guide, transliteration, ema: Hi again Stephanie, so here s a pronunciation guide; pronounce the following English words by omitting the part that is in the parentheses. Stress after the sign and you will get the pronunciation: ΕΜΑ = (t)em(pl) a(r) ΚΡΑΔΙΑ...

Greek: zoein aionian, text phrase, religious importance
text phrase, religious importance, immortal life: Hi Elinor, thank you for your question. Well, at least to me it is quite clear, that he talks about eternal life , as you mention, and this is the actual meaning of the words. Nothing hidden here. But I don t see why a clear expression of eternity can...

Greek: Ancient Greek Word for Kill/ Harvest, suppliant women, masculine noun
suppliant women, masculine noun, ancient greek word: Hello, I am sorry, but in ancient Greek the neuter noun θέρος, transliterated as thros, means summer, summerfruits, harvest, crop, but NOT in the sense of death. Instead, the verb θερίζω,...

Greek: Doric Greek Translation, greek translation, greek language
greek translation, greek language, maxima: Merhaba Pınar, the phrase would be: ἄξιά ἐστι τὰ μικρά But there is already a famous phrase in a quite similar context; maybe you d prefer it: οὐκ ἐν...

Greek: Help with tattoo, greek language, cordially
greek language, cordially, natalia: Hi again, Natalia, my previous suggestion is within the context, anyway. One could also say: Η ιστορία θα με αθωώσει. Prefer this one, then. Good luck! ...

Greek: About learning greek, koine greek, ksab
koine greek, ksab, medieval greek: Hi Ksab, unfortunately it is the other way round. You have to learn classical Greek in order to be able to move on and understand Koine, medieval or modern Greek. Or maybe even Koine would be enough as it is in the middle of classical and medieval. The...

Greek: About learning greek, history of greek language, language spoken in greece
history of greek language, language spoken in greece, language interests: If so, then it is obvious that you have to learn classical Greek first. The adopted Greek words come also from the Classical or Koine era. The morphology and transliteration of the Greek words in English is very classical (e.g. treiskaidekaphobia, anabasis,...

Greek: Lucius Cornelius Sulla's epitaph, lucius cornelius sulla, accurate translation
lucius cornelius sulla, accurate translation, better friend: Hello, here are my answers: 1) No friend ever served me, and no enemy ever wronged me, whom I have not repaid in full is NOT an accurate translation of the original Greek Οὔτε τῶν φίλων...

Greek: Matt 5:18 use of the greek word παρελθη, verbs tenses, irregular verbs
verbs tenses, irregular verbs, grammar rules: Hi again, I think that the translation come together isn t a good one for this verb. I checked all possible interpretations, but it doesn t go that far. The most common meaning is that of pass by as of time, or to pass away as of leave or come to...

Greek: somatikos, adjective nominative, singular form
adjective nominative, singular form, noun: Hi Andrew, thank you for your question. Both words are used in Modern Greek, too. The word somatos a neutral noun, the genitive singular form of soma (=body) The other one, somatikos is an adjective, nominative singular masculine meaning bodily,...

Greek: Ancient Greek Translation, ancient greek translation, greek version
ancient greek translation, greek version, upper case: Hi Nick, the Greek version of taurokathapsia is: ΤΑΥΡΟΚΑΘΑΨΙΑ The other phrase could be translated as follows: Ο ΜΕΝ ΤΑΥΡΟΣ ΤΗΙ...

Greek: Formation of 2nd aorist participle, thematic vowel, greek new testament
thematic vowel, greek new testament, grammar books: Hello, glad to have helped you. As for the sense of the passage ἐκλήθη δὲ καὶ ὁ Ἰησοῦς καὶ οἱ μαθηταὶ...

Greek: Poem trAnslation, proper translation, daughters room
proper translation, daughters room, nautical theme: Dear Kylee, thank you for your request. Here are both sentences: You make me strong: ῥωμαλέον ποιεῖς με / ΡΩΜΑΛΕΟΝ ΠΟΕΙΣ...

Greek: sneezing, common phrase, sess
common phrase, sess, nice day: Hi Hank, the most common phrase is γείτσες ( yit-sess) or rarely and more formally υγεία (i- yi-a), both of which mean health. It s the same word as in γεια μας...

Greek: Spartan, ancient texts, ancient writers
ancient texts, ancient writers, morphological changes: Hi Cody, thank you for asking. The root-word Sparta was not so much used by ancient writers to refer to the respective area. There are about one thousand occurrences in all ancient texts, where as approximately five thousand of the other one, which is...

Greek: Ancient Greek Words with no equivalent, pottery vases, classical athens
pottery vases, classical athens, minor gods: You are welcome, Nick. Thank you for your kind words. I am doing my best; maybe someone else could have approached the topic differently. Nevertheless, if you are satisfied with my response, then I shall also feel relieved ;) So, here are the requested...

Greek: doric greek- warrior, ancient sparta, mercenary soldier
ancient sparta, mercenary soldier, professional soldier: Hello, actually some days ago Ive received the same question from a British questioner who lives in the UK and then you can go to the following link to read my answer: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Greek-2004/2013/7/general-knowledge.htm I can only add...

Greek: A few words with these suffixes, 3 words, verbs
3 words, verbs, monolith: Hi Chris, thank you for your question. Sure I can provide you with some words of the requested type; Allow me to present more words so that you can get a better overview of the morphology: 1. ὕβρις, τίσις,...

Greek: General knowledge, greek dialects, doric dialect
greek dialects, doric dialect, pronunciation note: Hello, πολεμιστής [or πτολεμιστής, as we read in Homers Iliad, book 22, line 132] is the ancient Greek noun for warrior. As for its pronunciation,...

Greek: Greek cursive, orthodox liturgy, old manuscript
orthodox liturgy, old manuscript, manuscript copy: Dear Neale, thank you for your contribution and interest in such topics. Although palaeography is not my field of expertise, I could suggest that such script belongs to the 16th or 17th century. I hope this is approximate enough, as I wouldn t like to give...

Greek: Greek phrase, greek phrase, accurate translation
greek phrase, accurate translation, accurate thanks: The classical verb for to die is ἀποθνῄσκω. So, you could have the imperative die as ἀπόθανε, or - my suggestion - die for thyself/for your sake as ἀποθνῄσκειν...

Greek: Memory, compound nouns, rhesis
compound nouns, rhesis, mathematical rule: No, it doesn t mean anything negative. The suffix is actually -is. When an extra -s- is present, it comes from the stem of future verb-forms. Here are some examples: leg-o (to say)-- legs-o (fut.) -- legs-is (lexis/λέγσ-ις--...

Greek: Translation for tattoo, battle of thermopylae, getting a tattoo
battle of thermopylae, getting a tattoo, pronunciation guide: Hello Jake, thank you for your inquiry. In short phrases like those, one cannot actually observe elements of the Spartan dialect, except of that -a- in the place of -e-. So, many of them would be almost the same in Doric (Spartan), as in Attic (Athenian)...

Greek: Blood is forever, yahoo mail server, greek version
yahoo mail server, greek version, apologies: Hi Taylor, apologies for the delay. The question arrived to me only through a reminder; seems to have been rejected by the Yahoo mail server. Anyway, here is the Greek version: αἷμα ἀίδιόν ἐστι...

Greek: Doric phrase help., getting a tattoo, doric style
getting a tattoo, doric style, archaic period: Hi Tom, no problem, here is the phrase in the Doric style (dialect): 1. ἐν τᾷ σιγᾷ πάσχω (in polytonic style with gaps, after 8th century A.D.) 2. ΕΝ ΤΑΙ...

Greek: Blood is forever, no worries, reply
Greek: Blood is forever, no worries, reply

Greek: Greek word, ancient greek term, ancient greek word
ancient greek term, ancient greek word, ancient classical history: Hello, the Latin name Crispus does not come from any ancient Greek term, simply because it is just the Greek name Κρίσπος that is the transliteration of the Latin name Crispus from which it comes, of course. ...

Greek: Need to know whether this translation is possibly valid, christon, relative clause
christon, relative clause, literal translation: Hi Joe, thank you for your inquiry. I cannot find this in John at all; not sure what the source is. Other than that, your translation is fine. Since there is no -ing form in Greek, you could also have translated the verb avow in the relative clause as...

Greek: Present, word hurricane, latin alphabet
word hurricane, latin alphabet, bilos: Hello, in Ancient Greek the noun hurricane corresponds to the following nouns: -καταιγίς (written in ancient Greek letters and transliterated as kataighs in Latin alphabet we use still today in English too)....

Greek: Doric Greak Translation
Happy New Year, Antonius! Thank you for your question. Well, Doric is considered a dialect, not a language. Along with Attic and Ionic they constitute the most important Greek dialects. The original verses that contain what you sent me are the following:...

Greek: An English sentence translated into Ancient Greek
Hello, You re my son translates into ancient Greek as follows: Σὺ εἶ ὁ υἱός μου (in ancient Greek letters). If you want this sentence to be transliterated in Latin alphabet that we...

Greek: Latin to Attic Greek translation, Julius Caesar
Hi Heather, is it, then, the indicative statement that you would like to express or the exhortative/imperative one (i.e. let sth happen)? More versions are possible in classical Greek. You may say: ὁ κύβος (ἀν)ἐρρίφθη...

Greek: Translation
Sure, no problem; the lowercase would look like this again: εἰς ἄκρον δεῖ ἀρετῆς ἱκέσθαι, πρὶν πελάσαι...

Greek: NOT two deltas?
Hi again Bud, in the Subject you wrote not two deltas instead of sigmas , if you meant that. There is no spelling with two deltas, but there are more than 30 instances of the name with one s. Nevertheless, they are quite many, not only 1-2; so it is...

Greek: ilion & ilios, Ilion, Ilias
Ilion, Ilias, Troy: Hello Bud, thank you for your question. Homer uses the version Ilion a hundred times or so, whereas Ilios no more than ten. The city was named after its founder Ilus, of whom we know through a mythological tradition that has survived. So, Ilios (as...

Greek: "maxeinos"
Hello, the ancient Greek term μάξεινος (masculine noun , 2nd declension) that we read in Athenaeus, Δειπνοσοφισταί (i.e.the Banquet of the Learned),...

Greek: possessive adjective
Hi again Tom, whenever an adjective or a pronoun that replaces an adjective, function as an object to a verb, it is necessary to imply a noun next to it, in order to have a logical outcome. If this noun is not obvious from the previous sentences, but only...

Greek: Translation
Hello, Tῆς ἐμαυτῆς διαφθορᾶς δημιουργός εἰμι or Tοῦ ἐμαυτοῦ...

Greek: victornss@hotmail.com
Hi Victor, I assume that you want the modern Greek version; please, specify whether you are looking for the classical Greek version by responding to this message. Hope = ελπίδα / ΕΛΠΙΔΑ Faith...

Greek: Doric Greek Translation Tattoo, fear, awe
fear, awe: Sure, no problem. For fear there are several words. Consider the following: religious fear/fear for God = δέος [awe] psychological (inner) or mind fear = φόβος [intense worry/fear] physical fear (in the real...

Greek: Hectr, ἔχω, Ἔκτωρ
ἔχω, Ἔκτωρ, to possess: Hello again, Bud, thank you for your links and concern on that. Well, as you observe, this particular verb is quite a nuisance, isn t it :) If you check LSJ you will find more than 20-30 different uses, some of which are obviously related to each other,...

Greek: I need help!
Hello, here are the ancient Greek nouns you are looking for: -Rage = ὀργή transliterated as orgh -Despair (not dispare that does not exist at all, so that I suppose that you typed it incorrectly) = ἀπόγνοια...

Greek: Corrections
Well, if there is a little improvement you can make - because I just saw this picture - you can make the oxeia a bit more diagonal, rather than vertical, i.e. in this way and in the following words: πέρασον, θανάτου,...

Greek: Ready to go?
Yes, Antonius. There is always the matter of preference, because the computer does not show a handwritten font but a more robotic one. There are improvements that one could make, in order to give a more traditional look to the font. But I cannot do anything...

Greek: Seeking Literal Translation of One Sentence
Hi Michael, happy Easter and Lord s Resurrection! Thank you for your question. You may address me as Michael, as it s my favourite one :) The translation of Ferrar is correct and unproblematic. The prepositional determiner παρά +...

Greek: translation
Dear Alexa, Ὀ μέγας Πὰν τέθνηκε means The great Pan is dead. It is a sentence that we read in Plutarch, The Obsolescence of Oracles (ancient Greek, Περὶ...

Greek: Translation latin phrase
Hi Alexa, thank you for asking. It is meant to be otium as t is sometimes swapped by c in the later texts. The second part of the sentence contains the names of the mothers and the sons the bore. So, it says: Three good mothers gave birth to three bad...

Greek: Ancient Greek classrooms
Hi again Bud, this is really outside my expertise and, unfortunately, I cannot offer something concrete. I don t happen to know any historians - at least from the other departments of this site - but I believe that you will find someone. Apologies for this....

Greek: greek translation
Greek: greek translation

Greek: Greek
Fine, then I would suggest the following version: Μήποχ ὑποστρέφειν / ΜΗΠΟΧ ΥΠΟΣΤΡΕΦΕΙΝ (impersonal...

Greek: greek translation
Hi Donna, the phrase could be translated as follows: ΠΟΤΕ ΜΗΝ ΤΑ ΠΑΡΑΤΑΣ or ΠΟΤΕ ΜΗΝ ΕΓΚΑΤΑΛΕΙΠΕΙΣ...

Greek: Orthodox Icon
Hello John, thank you for dropping by. Weill, if you believe that the icon could be really old and of value, you may consider having a small paint-sample analysed in order to date the pigment. It is the element lead-210 (Pb) that is usually contained in...

Greek: petros
Hello Hank, thank you for your inquiry. As far as I know, this was not the apostle s real name, but a nickname that Jesus gave him. Now, there s a coincidental wordplay that occurs, since the old Greek word for stone is attested as both petros and ...

Greek: Third Declension Greek Nouns
Hello, actually the noun πατήρ has three stems: πατηρ (with a long vowel), πατερ (with a short vowel) and πατρ (without vowel). This noun has in fact an apophony,...

Greek: Translation
Hello, Actually in Ancient /Classical Greek the word ΜΗΠΟΚΑ (μήποκα in small letters) does not exist at all. Instead, there is the negative conjunction ΜΗΠΟTE (μήποτε...

Greek: ancient Greek translation
Hello, the ancient Greek words for go or move and also for halt or stop in the context that you have mentioned are the following: - βαῖνε or πρόβαινε (2nd person singular, imperative...

Greek: an inscription from an ancient greek mosaic
Hello, yes, I remember that you have asked me some questions and I m glad to help you again. As for the Roman Period mosaic (2nd century AD) of Priapus, the god of fertility, and the Evil Eye in Antakya Museum with the inscription KAI CY, here are my...

Greek: Origins/Meaning of Pantzikis surname
Hi Chris, unfortunately I have never come across this surname. I had a look at some possible words from Turkish, but couldn t find anything convincing. I am afraid I cannot help you on this. Concerning the suffix, I would suggest that the word is divided...

Greek: Re: Resilience tattoo
Hi Sarah, thank you for your question. You may use the following words: resilience: ΕΥΚΑΜΠΕΙΑ freedom: ΕΛΕΥΘΕΡΙΑ warrior: ΜΑΧΑΤΑΣ...

Greek: Surnames
Hi Ferrell, it is difficult to say, because this surname does not carry elements that strikingly belong to a particular geographical region. There are many surnames that look exactly like a first name, but yet I am not sure whether we can specify their...

Greek: Translate
Hi Hojin, both versions of the phrase never give up are correct and mean the same thing. For clean/pure, I would suggest the word αγνός to avoid referring only to tidiness or personal cleanliness; in that sense αγνός...

Greek: "Into?"
Hi Bud, thank you for your inquiry. There usually two ways one can express this (and the alike): either by adding a prefix to the verb (in this case: εἰσέρπειν or προσ-) or by the use of...

Greek: Date Translation
Hi again Gem, the first text is grammatically wrong; the second one is correct, though. You may use it, in case you don t want number 6 in symbol, but in full text. My version had both day and year replaced, so feel free to pick the one you like. Have...

Greek: dual roof?
Hello, Stegodyphus , as a Latinized name of this genus of araneomorph spiders in the family Eresidae, seems to be composed of two ancient Greek terms, i.e. the noun στέγος , transliterated as stgos meaning roof and the...

Greek: Greek Contract Verbs
Hello, first of all ἠθέλετε is not a contracted verb, but simply the indicative imperfect, 2nd person plural, active voice, of the verb ἐθέλω, whose alternate form is θέλω...

Greek: Greek spelling
Hi Anna, thank you for your question. I assume that the surname was Polychronis . I will write the phrase according to that, if you don t mind. Let me know whether you prefer the Polichrono version. The word beloved can be well translated in Greek,...

Greek: greek
Well, if you devote two hours for each language daily, I believe it could do the job. I suggest you start with Latin, reach a considerable level and, then, after about 6-8 months - once you have understood the concept - start with Greek. There are great similarities,...

Greek: Pronunciation
There are actually two suggestions concerning the pronunciation of the δασέα, i.e. φ,χ,θ but the one that you imply (/kh/) would belong to the classical period. You should know that some teachers prefer to use the classical...

Greek: Translation
Hello, the sentence Σῴζομαι ὑπὸ τοῦ ἀδελφοῦ literally means:I am being saved by the brother or I am being saved by my brother, as Σῴζομαi...

Greek: Βοηθόσ, english pronounciation, vangelis
english pronounciation, vangelis, greek word: Dear Kimberly, First of all when σ is the last letter of a word it becomes a ς. So the word is βοηθός. βο vo as in volt η ee as in deep θ th as in thin ος os as in post Yours,...

Greek: Aegospotami, gazetteer maps, athenian fleet
gazetteer maps, athenian fleet, uchicago edu: Dear Simon, Aegospotami was a small river which flowed into the Hellespont (today the Dardanelles) from the Chersonesus peninsula (today Gallipoli peninsula). Just at its mouth, opposite Lampsacus, the Hellespont at this point being about fifteen stadia,...

Greek: Aeschylus English to Ancient Greek, alex dear, special thanx
alex dear, special thanx, aeschylus: Dear Alex, the phrase from Aeschylus is translated in greek as: (Pathei mathos)where the word means suffering and is derived from the v.(pascho)that means I suffer.The word means lesson and is derived from the v. (manthano)...

Greek: Aeschylus' Persians, tenth century manuscript, professional scribe
tenth century manuscript, professional scribe, life of aeschylus: Hello Nancy, A text of Aeschylus Persians, the earliest play in existence, written in 472 BC, survives in a tenth century manuscript, known as the Medicean Manuscript or Laurentian MS, now preserved in Firenze(Florence), Italy. This manuscript is not...

Greek: AION and HOPLITE..., ancient greeks, greek fonts
ancient greeks, greek fonts, rough breathing: Hello, Actually the ancient Greek noun aion (αιών in Greek letters) can mean age, an indeterminate period of time, time( See Aeschylus), endless time ( see Herodotus), life/time of life (see Homer) and also eternity...

Greek: Ameinias, epsilon iota, mu epsilon
epsilon iota, mu epsilon, iota alpha: Hello, In the name Ameinias the e is an epsilon and the accent stands on the second iota (i ). Have a nice day Maria __________________________ AMEINIAS (alpha-mu-epsilon-iota-nu-iota-alpha-sigma)...

Greek: ANCIENT GREEK, greek characters, latin characters
greek characters, latin characters, greek letters: Hello, First of all the name Peter in ancient Greek corresponds to Πέτρος (Latin characters, Ptros) meaning stone . So you must write Πέτρος in lower case letters, and ΠΕΤΡΟΣ...

Greek: Ancient Customs and the Vocabulary for them, platos symposium, brothel keeper
platos symposium, brothel keeper, greek symposium: Hello, The singular or dictionary form of auletrdes (nominative plural) is auletrs(nominative), i.e. αυλητρίς (3rd.declension), which means literally flautist, not prostitute. The auletrdes provided...

Greek: Ancient Greek, ancient greek translation, greek word order
ancient greek translation, greek word order, epsilon rho: Hello, first of all I have to tell you that the system often does not allow the use of ancient Greek letters and diacritic marks and then I had to resort to the Latin transliteration , i.e. to the letters of the Latin alphabet. So, heres the Latin...

Greek: Ancient Greek to English Translation, greek to english translation, good will toward men
greek to english translation, good will toward men, king james version of the bible: Hi Mason The king James version of the Bible translates it as follows Glory to God in the highest. and on earth peace, good will toward men. Regards Georg...

Greek: Ancient Greek to English, iota pi, omicron pi
iota pi, omicron pi, hand maidens: Hello, The name of this flower is Parthenopipes,not Parthenos Pypes, as you wrote. In ancient Greek in fact the common noun parthenopipes means exactly seducer, one who looks after maidens, though this term is used only once by Homer in Iliad,...

Greek: Ancient Greek and Italian Cretan placenames, ancient greek names, exact pronunciation
ancient greek names, exact pronunciation, ottoman turks: Dear Simon, the exact pronunciation of the Italian name for the ancient Herakleion, present Irklion / Herklion, is Cndia (kăn dē-ə), as you can hear at the site in the footnotes. As for other Italian names for places in Crete,...

Greek: Ancient Greek Spelling, greek spelling, alphabet letter
greek spelling, alphabet letter, greek alphabet: Hi Mike My expertise is on modern Greek, not an ancient Greek but I do know this one. brother = pronounced a-thel-fos The spelling is below I hope you will be able to follow the Greek alphabet. Letter Name Approximate Approximate Notes...

Greek: Ancient Greek Translation, please, alpha iota omega, alpha iota delta
alpha iota omega, alpha iota delta, iota omicron: Hello, here are the translations you asked me: 1-naked as an adjective in the nominative masculine singular is gumnos/ gymnos (Latin transliteration) while in ancient Grek fonts is (i.e. gamma-upsilon-mu-nu-omicron with the acute accent-sigma)....

Greek: Ancient Greek Translations, alpha gamma omega, omicron lambda
alpha gamma omega, omicron lambda, lambda omicron: Hello, In ancient Greek No retreat no surrender translates as: Μήτε υπαγωγή μήτε ομολογία (Latin transliteration, Mte hupagogh...

Greek: Ancient Greek translation needed, sigma iota sigma, mu omicron
sigma iota sigma, mu omicron, ancient greek translation: Hello, First of all I must point out that the system does not allow the use of the Greek characters and diacritic marks and then I have to write each word into corresponding letters of Latin alphabet. Anyway I wrote in brackets the name of each Greek...

Greek: Ancient Greek, latin transliteration, greek fonts
latin transliteration, greek fonts, latin characters: Hello, In the Greek text of Acts 12:25 we read eis Ierousalem (to Jerusalem), not apo Jerousolumon (from Jerusalem). In ancient Greek in fact the preposition eis takes the accusative (Ierousalem) and means to as it indicates the accusative...

Greek: Ancient and/or Modern Greek Translation, alpha sigma kappa, kappa alpha lambda
alpha sigma kappa, kappa alpha lambda, kappa alpha theta: Dear friend, Advisor would be σύμβουλος (sigma-upsilon-mu-beta-omicron-upsilon-lambda-omicron-sigma) Coulselor is the same. Maybe you can give the meaning of mentor which would be μέντορας...

Greek: Ancient Spartan Saying?, spartan hoplites, ancient greek translation
spartan hoplites, ancient greek translation, spartan society: Hello, Though there is no passage or source where we read such a phrase just as you say it, it is very likely that this war cry was uttered by the Spartan hoplites who were named Spartiates and belonged to the elite warrior class of the rigidly hierarchical...

Greek: Aphrodite, greek spelling, alphabet letter
greek spelling, alphabet letter, greek letters: Hi Victoria The Greek letters used today have not changed since 403BC So the spelling of Aphrodite is as follows. Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in Ancient Greek Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 1...

Greek: Apostolou Greek Name, dedeman ankara, hotel dedeman istanbul
dedeman ankara, hotel dedeman istanbul, hotel reservation network: Hi Dena First The Name Dedeuan does not sound or look Greek, and definitely the Greek name Pavlos has no connection with this. The name Pavlos is written in Greek as Παύλος nowhere near Dedeuan . The surname...

Greek: Armoracia (horseradish), natural history book, brittany and normandy
natural history book, brittany and normandy, grana padano: Dear Simon, Actually the scientific name Armoracia (in full Armoracia rusticana) we read in Pliny the Elders Natural History (book XIX, chapter XXVI, paragraph 82) is Latin, while in ancient Greek this plant was named rphanos agra (ρφανος...

Greek: Asimacopoulos surname, internal medicine physician, health chiropractic center
internal medicine physician, health chiropractic center, kirkland ellis: Hi Vassilis Your surname is quite a common Greek surname Re below Dr. Bill Asimacopoulos, D.C. Dr. Bill Asimacopoulos, D.C.. Total Health Chiropractic Center ... www.totalhealthcc.com/ - 2k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this ...

Greek: aion and aionios, ancient greeks, new testment
ancient greeks, new testment, new testament: Dear Pat, Thanks for you question. I want to say I don t have much time lately so keep your questions for the days I return from the AllExperts holiday break. Aion means century, age. Aionios is the one that lasts for ever, is eternal. In modern Greek...

Greek: alethes, lambda eta, ticino canton
lambda eta, ticino canton, epsilon sigma: Hello, The adjective aleths(masculine/ feminine), with two etas / aleths (neuter), where the first e is an eta, while the last e is an epsilon, does not change the stress in the neuter, as you can see, though the eta becomes epsilon. Anyway,...

Greek: alternative tense ending, greek verbs, middle voice
greek verbs, middle voice, reduplication: Dear Simon, Actually the ancient Greek form should have been parEskeasto with the Epsilon which is the Greek verbal reduplication that in this case is the same as the augment and marks the pluperfect indicative tense Middle voice. In fact pareskeasto...

Greek: anamfiszeteton; farmakon pansofon, evil adversaries, farmakon
evil adversaries, farmakon, magic wand: Dear James, You are right when you say that farmakon could mean magic or sorcery, as you noticed in Moulton s Lexicon, since farmakon can mean also philtre, love potion, poison, besides remedy , cure , medicine . Therefore your conjecture...

Greek: ancient Greece, ancient greek god, ancient greek gods
ancient greek god, ancient greek gods, encyclopedia mythica: Hi Mary, The ancient Greek terms for man are: 1-anthropos (nominative case. 2nd.declension) meaning either man or human being . 2-anr (nominative case.3rd.declension)meaning man , courageous person , and also husband . As for woman,...

Greek: An ancient Greek name, matteo maria boiardo, kappa iota
matteo maria boiardo, kappa iota, homers odyssey: Hello, In ancient Greek there is only one feminine version of the name Alkinoos / Alkinous. It is Alkino ( Latin, Alcinoe) just meaning strong-minded , as you say. As for Alcina, who is a fairy with magical powers either in the poem of chivalry...

Greek: ancient greek/byzantine, epsilon iota, iota beta
epsilon iota, iota beta, greek lettering: Hi Megan, Sorry, but I m afraid I cannot help you as it is impossible to understand what or who the abbreviation EIB , i.e. Epsilon Iota Beta in ancient Greek, refers to. Maybe you should look for an expert in Byzantine bronze rings. Good luck! Maria...

Greek: ancient greek language, tau omicron, kappa iota
tau omicron, kappa iota, lambda upsilon: Hello, First of all I must point out that in ancient Greek we need to know the noun to which the adjectives unconditional and unwavering refer, since the adjectives change endings according to a masculine noun/ a feminine noun / a neuter noun, unlike...

Greek: ancient greek translation, ancient greek translation, latin transliteration
ancient greek translation, latin transliteration, greek alphabet: Hello, yes, Im the same Maria. So, here are the translations you need. LATIN Ex hodierno die vitam semper animose vivam ANCIENT GREEK Apo toude ton bion aei tharraleos acso Best regards, Maria _________________________________________________________...

Greek: apeiron (with a little mark above the a), epitaph of twilight, alphabet letter
epitaph of twilight, alphabet letter, greek alphabet: Dear Tom APIRO () which means infinity in Greek pronounced as follows I will use the Greek alphabet. Letter Name Approximate Sound in Modern Greek , Alpha a , Pi p , Epsilon e , Iota ee, y , Rho r ,...

Greek: apolols, perfect participle, colonel kurtz
perfect participle, colonel kurtz, army special forces: Hello Simon, Here are all the genders of the second perfect participle of apllumi ( in the nominative singular, of course): -Masculine : apolols (with omega in either the second o or the last o) -Feminine: apololuia (second o is omega, while...

Greek: apoluo and chorizo, versions of the bible, passive voice
versions of the bible, passive voice, infinitive: Hello, In ancient Greek the verb apoluo means I put away as well as I repudiate my wife and then I divorce. With regard to this verb in Matthew 5:31,32, where we read Ος αν απολυση την...

Greek: aristomegisto, egyptian god thoth, greek god hermes
egyptian god thoth, greek god hermes, ancient greek dictionary: Dear Jim, You are right: the adjective aristomegistos (nominative masculine of the dative aristomegisto/w does not exist in the ancient Greek dictionary. It is in fact a kind of calque of the adjective trismegistos meaning Thrice-Great, an epithet...

Greek: arsenekoite, homosexuality in the bible, eastern mediterranean area
homosexuality in the bible, eastern mediterranean area, slang term: Hello David, The Greek term used in Corinthians 6:9 is arsenokoitai, nominative plural of arsenokoites(or, arrenokoites ), meaning literally: sodomite, homosexual. This term is a compound word, as you already said. It consists in fact of ARSEN(or,...

Greek: art, athen greece, greek alphabet
athen greece, greek alphabet, propylaia: Hi Jackie I do not know anything about the Greek artist. The word napoinon . I can not understand it. It does not refer to any Greek word perhaps the spelling is not correct. The word nponynaia probably means Propylaia which is referring to...

Greek: How to ask for something in Greek, ancient greek language, language grammar
ancient greek language, language grammar, greek restaurant: Sorry, but I am expert in ANCIENT GREEK, not in Modern Greek at all, as you can see at my profile where I wrote: I ll be glad to answer any questions concerning ANCIENT GREEK Language,grammar,...... . As far as I know there is no expert in Modern Greek....

Greek: BALLO - PARTICIPLES, circumflex accent, acute accent
circumflex accent, acute accent, grave accent: Dear Simon, Youre right: baln, the participle of the Ancient Greek verb bllo (βάλλω) is both the aorist and the future active participle, the only difference being that the aorist has an acute accent (βαλών)...

Greek: Biblical Greek - Romans, noun cases, feminine noun
noun cases, feminine noun, living sacrifice: Hello, First of all I must point out that word order in ancient Greek, as well as in Latin, can be different from languages like English. In fact both ancient Greek and Latin use many noun cases and then the declension by case means that word order...

Greek: Biblical Greek, synoptic gospels, saint irenaeus
synoptic gospels, saint irenaeus, koine greek: Hello, First of all I have to point out that my field of expertise is ANCIENT GREEK, not ARAMAIC, and moreover my answer you mention was related to a question regarding the use of the word brother in ancient Greek. Moreover my remark upon Aramaic was...

Greek: Biblical word 'somatikos', latin vulgate, greek passage
latin vulgate, greek passage, satik: Hello, Actually in ancient Greek the adverb smatiks means only bodily, corporally as it derives from the noun sma meaning body. In fact the Greek passage of Colossians 2:9 which reads : hoti en auti katoikei pan to plrma ts theottos...

Greek: butterflies, ancient greek word, spiral shell
ancient greek word, spiral shell, chase hunt: Dear Simon, the Ancient Greek word for butterfly is psuch/psych(ψυχή, 1st.declension) which is used in the meaning of butterfly/ moth by Aristotle and Theophrastus, though its usual meanings are :breath, spirit, life, soul,...

Greek: Casa delle libert vs. Casa di ?
Dear Simon, Actually the ruling alliance is not called Casa di qualcosa, but LUnione, i.e. The Union, which indicates the centre-left coalition, opposed to the conservative alliance, i.e. the right-wing coalition which is called Casa delle libert,...

Greek: Choir role in theater, ancient greek theaters, greek tragedian
ancient greek theaters, greek tragedian, classical greek theatre: Dear Roshana, The chorus in classical Greek drama was originally a group of actors who described and commented upon the main action of a play with song, dance, and recitation. In fact, Greek tragedy had its beginnings in choral performances, in which...

Greek: Classical Greek, feminine noun, pentecost sunday
feminine noun, pentecost sunday, numeral cardinal: Hello, the noun Pentecost derives from the Greek adjective pentekostos which means exactly fiftieth as it is the numeral ordinal adjective related to the numeral cardinal adjective pentekonta(fifty). Therefore the Concise Oxford, which gives...

Greek: Classicial greek translation, ancient greek culture, greek translation
ancient greek culture, greek translation, culture thanks: Dear Terry, I m really glad that I helped you in my preview answer. Unfortunately,I don t know if the crow had to do something with evil or hell in the ancient greek.I wish I could help you but I m not that good in ancient greek.You can answer another expert...

Greek: "Claudian" translation, roman conquest of britain, latin poem
roman conquest of britain, latin poem, goddess diana: Hello, though this question has nothing to do with Greek language and literature, since it refers to Latin,heres my answer. First of all, the phrase you mention, i.e. Spartans and Britons that can break the backs of mighty bulls , is an incomplete,...

Greek: Coining a new word, word worship, heterodoxy
word worship, heterodoxy, apli: Hi Will For a simple worship you just use the word worship on its own you do not have to add anything else this is simple enough. The word aplidoxy does not look or sound well in Greek. As for Saphidoxy I do not not know what Saphi means. It...

Greek: Comedies, lido di jesolo, venetian dialect
lido di jesolo, venetian dialect, aorist: Dear Simon, Generally speaking, ancient comedies( see Aristophanes) are written in: - Iambic trimeters and trochaic tetrameters in the verses pronounced by the actors who have a speaking part in the play. - Anapestic tetrameters in the choral speaking,...

Greek: Cosani, southern greece, kozani
southern greece, kozani, frother: Hi Dave Though this question is outside my expertise i tried to see if i could find some information. I found the following person with the same name and spelling but the place of residence is not Kozani see below. First Name: Antonio Last Name: Panaiotopoulos...

Greek: Courting, zeta omicron, omega rho
zeta omicron, omega rho, alpha iota: Dear Simon, the only one way to express in Ancient Greek the idea of flirt with, pay court to, woo a woman is the middle voice verb enoraizomai (I flirt/I pay court/I woo) which takes the dative case, as we read in Lucians Amores, 38, 9 (2nd.cent.AD),...

Greek: Cross Question, name of saints, latin letter
name of saints, latin letter, orthodox churches: Hi Michelle As far as I know they are all correct. In the Orthodox churches they usually use the the Latin letter C instead of S on the Icons with the name of saints. I did some research and I found the following regarding the letter C...

Greek: candive kalois, dative plural, neuter
dative plural, neuter, adjective: Hello Matt, as I ve already told you in one of my previous answer, kalois is a dative plural, masculine or neuter, of the ancient Greek adjective Kals,Kal, kaln, meaning beautiful , while candive does not exist at all. I think however that...

Greek: I am cold/warm/hot, sfra, algeo
sfra, algeo, sento: Hello Simon, glad to have helped you. As for your question on how to say I am cold/warm/hot i.e. I feel the cold/warmth/heat in ancient Greek (and also in Italian and Latin ), here are my answers: ANCIENT GREEK Rhigo (ριγω)/...

Greek: correct spelling of my Greek middle name, greek epsilon, greek alphabet
greek epsilon, greek alphabet, correct spelling: Hi Mary The name in Greek is The spelling using the greek alphabet is as follows Letter Name Approximate Sound in Modern Greek , Epsilon e , Upsilon ee , Theta th (voiceless) , Upsilon ee , Mu m , Iota ee,...

Greek: Dear Maria, I am interested..., gender of a noun, masculine noun
gender of a noun, masculine noun, masculine feminine: Dear Blanka, 1st.QUESTION: How do you recognize that a particular noun belongs to a particular gender? . ANSWER:In ancient Greek we recognize that a noun belongs to a particular gender, i.e. masculine, feminine or neuter, for the following reasons:...

Greek: Declensions, vocative case, grammatical case
vocative case, grammatical case, nominative case: Hello, with reference to your question about loyalty, i.e. in ancient Greek, I wanted to point out that the Greek word was in the nominative case as a subject of a phrase, not for example in the accusative as a direct object of a verb, or in the...

Greek: dating, greek orthodox religion, ancient greek language
greek orthodox religion, ancient greek language, greek girls: Hi Steve, Actually I m afraid I cannot help you. In fact I am an expert in ANCIENT GREEK LANGUAGE, i.e. Grammar, Etymology, Literature, Mythology, History and Civilization, but NOT in dating Greek girls !!! Anyway the only suggestion I can give you...

Greek: dermo vs. dermato, surface microscopy, cutaneous lesions
surface microscopy, cutaneous lesions, greek prefix: Hi JJ Definition of Dermatoscopy DERMATOSCOPY (in Greek DERMATOSKOPIA) a A noninvasive diagnostic technique for the early diagnosis of melanoma and the evaluation of other pigmented and non-pigmented lesions on the skin that are not as well...

Greek: The (Early) Greek Religion Term: "Kyrios", greek pronunciation, jesus chris
greek pronunciation, jesus chris, acute accent: Hello, Heres the ancient Greek pronunciation of the noun Krios/ Krios meaning lord,master , like in the phrase Krie eleson, Christe eleson ( Lord, have mercy, Christ have mercy ): K is pronounced like the K in king Y/ U is pronounced...

Greek: Eileithuia, classical greek literature, epsilon iota
classical greek literature, epsilon iota, iota lambda: Hello, Glad to have helped you with your previous question. As for the CD you mention, I am sorry, but I do not know any CD which is reliable and can give you the possibility of hearing Homer s Iliad, for example, or other classical Greek texts. ...

Greek: ENGLISH SPELLING INTO GREEK, alpha omicron sigma, greek alphabet
alpha omicron sigma, greek alphabet, english spelling: Hi Robert I thought I answered your question previously. Anyway I am going to write it again. Using the Greek alphabet = NI = YOTA = KAPA = LAMDA = EETA = TUF = OMICRON = PI = OMICRON = YPSILON = ALPHA = OMICRON ...

Greek: English to Ancient Greek?, alpha sigma tau, tau rho alpha
alpha sigma tau, tau rho alpha, rho iota: Hello, First of all I must tell you that unfortunately the system does not allow the use of Greek alphabet and then I have to use the Latin transliteration of each Greek word. Anyway I can write the name of each Greek letter of each word so that you...

Greek: English to Greek/Latin translation, latin alphabet, latin translation
latin alphabet, latin translation, greek translation: Hello, Here are the translations you asked me. Into the darkness we bring light LATIN. Lucem in tenebras ferimus ANCIENT GREEK: Phos eis ton skoton pheromen As for ancient Greek, please note that I had to use the Latin alphabet instead...

Greek: English to Greek Name Translation, name translation, greek name
name translation, greek name, leni: Hi Jody The name Helen in Greek is . I hope you have Greek fonts. It is pronounced, roughly, Heleni. The spelling is as follows: E=Epsilon= =Lamtha= =Epsilon= =Nee= =eeta= Regards George ...

Greek: English to Greek Translation, english to greek translation, living sacrifice
english to greek translation, living sacrifice, romans 12: Sorry, but within the context of Roman 12:1 its absolutely unlikely that St. Paul would have used an antonym or opposite phrase, like Thusa vekr ( Thusan vekrn in the accusative), since he wanted to refer to a Thusίa zsa (nominative case,...

Greek: English to Greek translation, english to greek translation, chris answer
english to greek translation, chris answer, christ bearer: Hi Chris Your name Chris is short for Christopher which means Bearing christ derived from the Greek (Christos) combined with the Greek (Phero) meaning to bear, to carry. Therefore The translation in Greek for Christ...

Greek: English to Greek, correct translation, plural form
correct translation, plural form, job interview: Hi Charles My strengths . The meaning of the word strength in Greek is but in this case it is used in the plural form and of course it does not refer to physical power but to being able to perform certain tasks (abilities).It s used when one...

Greek: English to modern Greek, mail sms, remarkable person
mail sms, remarkable person, modern greek: Dear Tanya, I ll be very glad to help you. So,these sentences are translated in modern greek as: mail, sms . . ! ....

Greek: Epakra(i) t(i) gltt(i) to philein ekheis, long vowels, translation from greek
long vowels, translation from greek, latin sentence: Greetings Simon, Epakra(i) t(i) gltt(i) means exactly on the tip of the tongue, but to philein ekheis sounds strange as it is true that to philein means to love, or sometimes to kiss, and ekheis can mean you have as well as you...

Greek: Ephesians 3:9, greek lexicon, testament verses
greek lexicon, testament verses, preexistence: Dear David, that s a really interesting and difficult question. My opinion for this is:I think dia in this case is translated as through .I mean we know that God s plan was to send Christ to us and through his crucifixion to overcome death,so we realize...

Greek: Erasmus, alpha kappa lambda, desiderius erasmus of rotterdam
alpha kappa lambda, desiderius erasmus of rotterdam, epsilon iota: Hello, in the portrait of Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam, as depicted by Hans Holbein the Younger in 1523, this Dutch humanist has his hands upon one of his works [maybe The Adagia, a collection of Latin proverbs which became the most monumental and...

Greek: english to greek, greek mu, greek alphabet
greek mu, greek alphabet, romans 12: Hi Timothy In Romans 12, it is written in ancient Greek which is as follows I you can see the Greek characters. I will the Greek alphabet to show you. Name Approximate Sound in Ancient Greek Mu m Eta e ...

Greek: english to greek, alpha gamma alpha, iota sigma
alpha gamma alpha, iota sigma, epsilon lambda: Translation is in English (Latin characters) since most of the computers don t support Greek alphabet. I will write it down on English characters (explain pronunciation and spell it with Greek characters). faith = pisti ___pronunciation:(pi like on word...

Greek: english to greek translation, sigma kappa omicron, english to greek translation
sigma kappa omicron, english to greek translation, epsilon iota: Hello, Here is the translation of The Dark Knight into ancient Greek : -Ho melas hippeus, if the adjective dark means black. -Ho skoteinos hippeus, if the adjective dark means mysterious. In fact : -HO is The. -MELAS /SKOTEINOS...

Greek: english to greek word, word lover, equivalent names
word lover, equivalent names, greek letters: Hi Donna The names William and Bill do not have equivalent names in Greek. We just say Wiliam and Bill in Greek letters giving the same sound are for William and for Bill. regarding the word lover we Have the following words meaning...

Greek: english to greek ?, sigma tau epsilon, epsilon iota
sigma tau epsilon, epsilon iota, iota sigma: Hello, The infinitive mood To believe in a religious meaning is Pisteuein in ancient Greek, while the indicative mood, present tense, 1st.person singular, i.e. I believe, is Pisteuo (not pisteou ). As for your request to show you how this...

Greek: english names into greek, greek capital, daughters names
greek capital, daughters names, greek letters: Hi Ian For AMY LOUISE : In Greek capital letters it is In Greek small letters it is For ELLIE ANGELINE : In Greek capital letters it is In Greek small letters it is I hope you can see...

Greek: english names into greek, gamma epsilon lambda, lambda iota
gamma epsilon lambda, lambda iota, lambda omicron: Dear friend, You can check Greek Alphabet on http://people.msoe.edu/~tritt/greek.html So that you can see both capitals and lower case. I ll spell them here and you can make the match. Amy=Aimilia(alpha-iota-mu-iota-lambda-iota-alpha) Louise=Louiza...

Greek: english word in Greek, english spelling, atha
english spelling, atha, letter x: Dear friend, (-spelled like the letter f)(-e e)(a-like in almond) as well as (-like letter x)(-hypn like in in hypnosis)(-atha) are used more commonly. is let s say more formal and less used. Yours, Evangelo...

Greek: Family history?, achaeans, greek name
achaeans, greek name, greek history: Dear Belinda, unfortunately I m not aware of this and although I searched I couldn t find a lot about Bippus.It seems that there is not a lot information about him.The only thing I found is what you also told me,that Bippus of Argus was sent to Rome by Achaeans.From...

Greek: Faulty Greek?, vicar of wakefield, summa contra gentiles
vicar of wakefield, summa contra gentiles, omega books: Dear Simon, Hope you are fine. So, here are my answers. Best, Maria 1-First of all ek to biblion kubernetes we read in the 14th chapter of Oliver Goldsmiths The Vicar of Wakefield is wrong as in ancient Greek the correct phrase should have ton...

Greek: Fraternity name, lambda alpha upsilon, letters of the greek alphabet
lambda alpha upsilon, letters of the greek alphabet, fraternity: Hi Richard These are letters of the Greek alphabet Lambda is the Greek The 11th letter of the Greek alphabet. Alpha is the the greek the 1st letter of the Greek alphabet. Upsilon is the Greek TH 20th letter of the greek alphabet....

Greek: Ancient Greek Spelling, blood brother, ancient greek
Greek: Ancient Greek Spelling, blood brother, ancient greek, little bit

Greek: Asimacopoulos surname, clovis new mexico, nafpaktos
Greek: Asimacopoulos surname, clovis new mexico, nafpaktos, demise

Greek: art, hyphen, greece
Greek: art, hyphen, greece, underscore

Greek: Classicial greek translation, god apollo, prepubescent boys
Greek: Classicial greek translation, god apollo, prepubescent boys, greek history

Greek: English to Greek translation, greek alphabet, grammatical rules
Greek: English to Greek translation, greek alphabet, grammatical rules, greek american

Greek: Erasmus, island of crete, greek city
Greek: Erasmus, island of crete, greek city, vertical segment

Greek: english to greek word, greek men, basil
Greek: english to greek word, greek men, basil, greek letters

Greek: Family history?, stuttgart germany, southern germany
Greek: Family history?, stuttgart germany, southern germany, late 1800s

Greek: Greek to English name Translation, universal lingo, lazy tongue
Greek: Greek to English name Translation, universal lingo, lazy tongue, greek heritage

Greek: Greek Spelling for Jesus, iota eta sigma, sigma omicron
Greek: Greek Spelling for Jesus, iota eta sigma, sigma omicron, upsilon sigma

Greek: girl friend
Greek: girl friend

Greek: greek surname meaning, erris, beautiful island
Greek: greek surname meaning, erris, beautiful island, milos

Greek: John 1:1, unitarian views, greek scriptures
Greek: John 1:1, unitarian views, greek scriptures, jesus christ god

Greek: markotsis surname, asia minor, traveller
Greek: markotsis surname, asia minor, traveller, turkey

Greek: last name, corleone sicily, ottoman turkey
Greek: last name, corleone sicily, ottoman turkey, great grandmother

Greek: Last name in Greek / meaning, greek letters
Greek: Last name in Greek / meaning, greek letters

Greek: Last name query, great grandfather, greece
Greek: Last name query, great grandfather, greece, arab tribes

Greek: name suffixes, hebrew bible, septuagint version
Greek: name suffixes, hebrew bible, septuagint version, christianos

Greek: name translation, brother
Greek: name translation, brother

Greek: Origin of a last name, sir name, nick name
Greek: Origin of a last name, sir name, nick name, nicknames

Greek: Please could you help with genealogy?, white nile, south sudan
Greek: Please could you help with genealogy?, white nile, south sudan, archieves

Greek: translation
Greek: translation

Greek: translation of greeting..., diakopes, kales
Greek: translation of greeting..., diakopes, kales

Greek: translation of name Greek to English, ari, accent
Greek: translation of name Greek to English, ari, accent, nickname

Greek: word, matter phys, aristotles
Greek: word, matter phys, aristotles, a15

Greek: family, kappa iota, gamma epsilon
kappa iota, gamma epsilon, initial vowel: Hello, In ancient Greek the word family as a household, i.e. a group of usually related people living together as a unit is oikia (nominative feminine, 1st.declension), while as a group of persons sharing common ancestry is ghenos(nominative...

Greek: family in greek, greek letters, eel
greek letters, eel: Hi Al Family means O in Greek Pronounced eekoyeneea the Greek letters are as follows: ------- The letters together give the sound of ee as in the word eel Also the letters together give the sound of ee as in...

Greek: family, epsilon iota, iota kappa
epsilon iota, iota kappa, gamma epsilon: Hi Abby The word family in Greek is as follows (Using Greek fonts) pronounced EEKO-YENEEA Using the Greek alphabet the spelling is as follows. OMICRON IOTA KAPPA OMICRON GAMMA EPSILON NU EPSILON IOTA ALPHA Regards George...

Greek: farmakon, hymen, ancient greek word, paint colour
ancient greek word, paint colour, bad medicine: Hello, First of all I want to tell you the meaning of farmakon and hymen . So, the ancient Greek word Farmakon can mean: 1-herb , drug , whether healing or noxious [in Homer the sense is frequently determined by an epithet] 2- healing remedy ,...

Greek: a few translation questions, 1 corinthians 13, translation questions
1 corinthians 13, translation questions, psalm 37: Hi Michelle Please find below what you asked for. Psalm 37:7 ENGLISH BE STILL in the before the LORD, and wait patiently for him (NIV) GREEK : , ENGLISH BE STILL GREEK : ENGLISH...

Greek: Gaia the titan, allison davis, god of the sky
allison davis, god of the sky, primal elements: Hello, In Greek mythology Gaia or Gaea, meaning exactly earth in ancient Greek, was not a Titan, but the mother of the twelve Titans, a race of godlike giants who were considered to be the personifications of the forces of nature. They are in fact the...

Greek: "the Games", greek sport, greek sports
greek sport, greek sports, hellenes: Dear Dan, Of course, you should know that Hellenes invented the Olympic Games(776 B.C.). And the Olympic Games included individual contest. As you know, in ancient Greece, Exercise was just as important as Mathematics and that s why it was a vital part...

Greek: Gift From God Translation, latin transliteration, delta omega
latin transliteration, delta omega, theta epsilon: Hi Nicole, the phrase Gift From God would be translated into ancient Greek as follows: -Dron Theo or with a different word order: -Theo dron. Please note that the system does not allow the use of the Greek letters and then I used the...

Greek: Gnosis / Noesis, sigma iota, term gnosis
sigma iota, term gnosis, latin transliteration: Dear Charles, The English words gnosis and noesis are exactly the tranliterations of two ancient Greek words meaning respectively knowledge and understanding. In fact gnosis derives from the verb gignosko that means I know , while noesis...

Greek: Greek for "his", latin sentences, rough breathing
latin sentences, rough breathing, amat: Hello, Suam mulierem amat (or Suam amat mulierem ) means He loves his wife , if someone loves his own wife. Eius mulierem amat (or Eius amat mulierem ) means on the contrary that someone loves somebody else s wife. Heres each of these Latin...

Greek: Greek, kappa eta, gamma kappa
kappa eta, gamma kappa, koine greek: Hello, In Ancient / Classical Greek there are some words for Destiny. Here they are: -Annke (Greek Ανάγκη ) -Moira ( Greek Μοιρα ) -Tche ( Greek Тύχη ) All these...

Greek: Greek in the 4th edition of the Organon, dear zoe, latin sentences
dear zoe, latin sentences, greek alphabet: Dear Feonna, I can translate latin but I can t promise that I will translate all the words.See,I ve studied latin only for two years so I m not sure that I will know all the words.But I promise that I will try. So,here s a link with the greek alphabet: http://www.ibiblio.org/koine/greek/lessons/alphabet.html...

Greek: The Greek for Ashkelon, kappa alpha lambda, alpha lambda omega
kappa alpha lambda, alpha lambda omega, iota omicron: Hello Simon, the ancient Greek for the place name Ashkelon (hebrew, Ashqelon ) was Askalon(alpha with the smooth breathing-sigma-kappa-alpha with the acute accent-lambda-omega-nu) , an ancient city of southwest ancient Palestine on the Mediterranean...

Greek: Greek adjectives/nouns, authentic greek food, little gir
authentic greek food, little gir, pronunciation english: Hi Linda Here is some names. ENGLISH GREEK USING ABC LETTERS MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE Happy E E Eftihismenos Eftihismeni Cute O O Omorfoulis Omorfoula Gift Doro Doro Destiny ...

Greek: Greek alphabet, vowels and consonants, attic dialect
vowels and consonants, attic dialect, greek alphabet: Hello, Although in ancient Greece there were several dialects, which could be unlike each other in some endings, vowels and consonants, the alphabet was the same, i.e. the one you can see at: http://people.msoe.edu/~tritt/greek.html http://www.greek-language.com/alphabet...

Greek: Greek to English name Translation, name translation, greek name
name translation, greek name, question subject: Hi Jaimie Translation of a word means translating the word from one language to another, this is exactly what I did. The TRANSLATION OF SEVASTI is RESPECTED in Greek. There is not English known name such as Sally or Sabrina etc. referring to Sevasti. If...

Greek: Greek/Latin, high school physics, diacritic marks
high school physics, diacritic marks, koine greek: Hello, Actually Prima Physica is ambiguous in Latin because it can mean: 1-First in Physics , but related to a FEMALE person as the Latin adjective PRIMA is in the nominative feminine and the noun PHYSICA (with the macron on the A) is in the ablative...

Greek: Greek language, viya, vya
viya, vya, greek language: Hello, The exclamation which in ANCIENT GREEK (not Modern)was used to express pain or anguish is oimoi (ah me!). As for the words you mention ( vya or viya), I think you refer to another exclamation , i.e. eia, that however did not mean pain...

Greek: Greek language, books of the new testament, fellow countrymen
books of the new testament, fellow countrymen, latin fathers: Hi Pat, First of all I must point out that some books of the New Testament (e.g. the Gospel according Matthew) were first written in Aramaic, i.e. the Semitic/ Hebrew language usually spoken by the Jews. Only later they were translated into Greek (by...

Greek: Greek to latin Translation, mistress lady, latin translation
mistress lady, latin translation, family emblem: Hello, Heres the list of the Greek names and their counterparts in Latin: -Elisabeth = Elisabeth, as its the same in Latin. -Yiannos = Iohannes -Maria = Maria. Its the same in Latin. See the prayer Ave, Maria. -Mavrou = Maurus -Antonis...

Greek: Greek Mythology, ancient greek alphabet, iota kappa
ancient greek alphabet, iota kappa, koine greek: Hello, Let us conquer Troy is in ancient Greek : Troian nikomen . In fact: -TROIAN (accusative case of the name Troia) is Troy -NIKOMEN ( subjunctive of the verb nikao, I conquer) is let us conquer. Please note that I cannot...

Greek: Greek for "mad", rho omicron, kappa omicron
rho omicron, kappa omicron, iota kappa: Dear Simon, the usual ancient Greek word corresponding to Latin insanus i.e. mad, is mors (mu-omega-rho-omicron with the acute accent, final sigma). There are however other adjectives meaning mad. Here they are: -manikos (mu-alpha-nu-iota-kappa-omicron...

Greek: Greek meaning, new testament characters, sea of bitterness
new testament characters, sea of bitterness, hebrew name: Hi Maria From the Hebrew name (Miryam). The meaning is not known There are some theories like sea of bitterness , rebelliousness , and wished for child . Also very likely an Egyptian name, derived in part from my beloved or mr love . Also it is the...

Greek: Greek Name, greek spelling, alphabet letter
greek spelling, alphabet letter, greek alphabet: Hi Bessie The spelling is as follows Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 19 , Tau t 17 , Rho r 9 , Iota ee, y 1 , Alpha a 13 , Nu n 19 , Tau t 1 , Alpha...

Greek: Greek Name, Ancient Greek Translation, rho omicron, ancient greek translation
rho omicron, ancient greek translation, ancient greek name: Hello Alec, the English name Alexander is simply the transliteration of the ancient Greek name Alxandros which derives from the verb alxo( I defend) plus the stem andr- from the noun anr (man). The name Alxandros means in fact Defender...

Greek: Greek Name Translation and its Meaning, island of thera, name translation
island of thera, name translation, theros: Hi Matt Teresa (Theresa) The meaning is uncertain, but it could be derived from Greek (theros) summer , from Greek (therizo) to harvest , or from the name of the Greek island of Thera (the main island of Santorini) Kind Regards Georg...

Greek: Greek Names for the Lunar Cycle, dune by frank herbert, greek alphabet
dune by frank herbert, greek alphabet, kwisatz haderach: Hi David PANSAILEENOS For FULL MOON One word in Greek. NAIA SAILEENEE ? NEW MOON Two words in Greek. What I have given you is how the above words are roughly pronounced in Greek. Get hold of a Greek alphabet and see what the equivalent Greek letters...

Greek: Greek Names Revisted, iota omicron, tau omicron
iota omicron, tau omicron, epsilon iota: Dear David, thank you a lot for your clarification. Before I give you the translation I would like to tell you that these words are not used for given names in greece and that they are translated to modern greek. So the word for one who is pure is hagnos(alpha-gama-nu-omicron...

Greek: Greek last name question, kappa alpha lambda, omicron kappa
kappa alpha lambda, omicron kappa, kappa omicron: Hi Cairo You are right your name is referring BONE . The word for BONE IN Greek is pronounced KOKKALO Some surnames in Greece are the same as yours. Your name in Greek is pronounce KOKKALEES I hope your computer can read...

Greek: Greek name search, greek spelling, greek fonts
greek spelling, greek fonts, greek alphabet: Hi Corrine PANTAXATOS in Greek fonts is as follows PANTAXATOS = (I hope you have Greek fonts) I will also spell it using the Greek alphabet Approximate Notes Sound in Name Modern Greek ...

Greek: Greek names pronunciation, greek names, modern greek
greek names, modern greek, omicron: Hi Bexii The name Akakios is pronounced roughly Aka-keeos The spelling in Greek is as follows Numerical Letter Name Approximate Notes place in Sound in alphabet Modern Greek 1 , Alpha a 10 , Kappa k 1 , Alpha a 10 , Kappa...

Greek: Greek names, iota lambda, iota chi
iota lambda, iota chi, seven archangels: Hello Marie, First of all I must point out that the name Michael is not a Greek name , as it derives from the Hebrew Miyka el which meant who is like God? . This was in fact the name of one of the seven archangels in Hebrew tradition and the only one...

Greek: Is there a Greek phrase, english transliteration, greek phrase
english transliteration, greek phrase, greek fonts: Hi Lynette Re below GREEK APROXIMATE ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION 1 EKHO ENA ASKHEEMO SEENAISTHEEMA YIA AFTO 2 KATEE MOO FENETE ASKHEEMO 3 THEN MOO MEEREEZEE...

Greek: Greek prepositions en and dia, time duration, correct translation
time duration, correct translation, place time: Dear David, I d be very glad to help you with your question. The preposition en can serve as marker of:place,time(duration) and mean.The preposition dia can serve as marker of:place,time(duration) and cause.There are no grammar requirements to dictate...

Greek: Greek pronunciation, greek pronunciation, correct pronunciation
greek pronunciation, correct pronunciation, adeimantus: Dear friend, Here is the correct pronunciation of the names. Thra(like in thrash) sy(like see)-the tone is here too, ma(like in magnet) chus(hos like in hostel) Po(like in polar) le(like in lick)-the tone is here too, mar(like in march) chus(hos like...

Greek: Greek Spelling for Jesus, iota eta sigma, upsilon sigma
iota eta sigma, upsilon sigma, sigma upsilon: Dear Tommy, I m really glad that I helped you. So, is the name Jesus written in greek letters.Sorry I didn t make that clear in my preview answer. Also,I agree with you about how so many professors are wrong about the pronunciation of the name Jesus.As...

Greek: Greek Spelling of name, greek spelling, greek alphabet
greek spelling, greek alphabet, quick reply: Hi Jerry I used capital letters so you can see them clearly. Can you find a Greek alphabet, perhaps in your local library to see these letters. Your name in small letters is . Also a more folmal version is . And something extra the...

Greek: Greek Symbol, ancient greek language, greek symbol
ancient greek language, greek symbol, greek symbols: Hello, I am sorry, but I cannot help you with this question as the symbol you mention, i.e. three teardrops in a row, has nothing to do with ancient Greek symbols or mythology. Maybe it is a modern Greek symbol I do not know as my field of expertise...

Greek: Greek surnames, greek surnames, greek surname
greek surnames, greek surname, first world war: Hi Jay Lots of people who immigrated to the USA changed their surnames to English names. Sometimes the name change was not very dramatic and it was quite easy to work out the original Greek name. In your case, the name must have been completely changed or...

Greek: Greek Translation, iota omicron, tau omicron
iota omicron, tau omicron, diacritic marks: Hello, Heres the translation of Death levels all things into ancient Greek (not Modern, of course, which is NOT my field of expertise): Panta ho thanatos homoioi. Please note that: -PANTA (accusative neuter plural of PAS)= all things ...

Greek: Greek Translation, pronuciation, greek translation
pronuciation, greek translation, greek characters: Hi Sloane To live as a verb is pronounced in Greek ZO , using greek characters To laugh as a verb is pronounced in Greek YE-LO , using Greek characters To love is pronounced in Greek A-YA-PO the sound of y does not give the exact sound...

Greek: Greek term, oedipus at colonus, sophocles oedipus the king
oedipus at colonus, sophocles oedipus the king, oedipus the king: Hi Giorgia, You remember rightly. There is in fact in Ancient Greek a term which is synonymous with tragic flaw , i.e. a flaw in character that brings about the downfall of the hero of a tragedy. This word is precisely : hybris , also spelled hubris...

Greek: Greek translation, word pen, antio
word pen, antio, greek translation: Hi Steffi This does not look like Greek. It is Spanish. We do not say ANTIOS in Greek. What we say is ANTIO which has been adopted from a foreign language. It means GOOD BYE As for the word PEN this is not Greek. Try Spanish. Regards Georg...

Greek: Greek variant of the name Michael, ancient greek name, walt disney world
ancient greek name, walt disney world, allexpert: Hi David, Actually there is no ancient Greek name or mythological name that can be considered as a variant of MICHAEL which is a Hebrew name just meaning he who is like God , as you say. Anyway I can suggest two Greek names that I think can be helpful...

Greek: Greek vowels, ancient, greek vowels, greek alphabet
greek vowels, greek alphabet, english alphabet: Hi Eitan = eeta = ypsilon I can only tell you how these letters are pronounced in MODERN Greek = ETA pronounced EETA letter sounds EE as in the word k-EE-p = YPSILON same pronunciation as above. No difference....

Greek: Greek word for "evil", new testament greek, protestant bible
new testament greek, protestant bible, evil ruler: Hello, Actually in ancient Greek which is my field of expertise (view my profile) there is the verb porneuo (not porneo) which does not mean evil, but I fornicate. As for poneron, it can be either the neuter of the adjective poneros meaning...

Greek: Greek word for time, rainy weather, fair weather
rainy weather, fair weather, declension: Hello, As you say, the ancient Greek term CHRONOS (in Greek letters, , nominative masculine, 2nd.declension) means time as the actual passage of time, while KAIROS (, nominative masculine, 2nd.declension) means time in the sense of right...

Greek: Greek word, pimsleur greek, pimsleur cd
pimsleur greek, pimsleur cd, greek dictionary: Hi Dave I do not know who Pimsleur is, what I know is that the word Kyrios () means Mister, Sir, Lord, gentleman Unlike the English language, the Greek language has grammatical cases like most European languages eg Spanish Italian etc. ...

Greek: Greek words, greek alphabet, approximate name
greek alphabet, approximate name, greek fonts: Sam I hpe you can read the Greek fonts referring to the translation of the words you asked. Hi Sam 1 Peneus (the river-god. Peneos?) This a river in Thessaly, central Greece Using Greek fonts, it is written...

Greek: Greek words, masculine noun, greek words
masculine noun, greek words, declension: Hello Frank, As for the conjunction KAI, you are right: it means AND or sometimes EVEN, according to the context, while the masculine noun LOGOS, belonging to the 2nd.declension, in ancient Greek means not only WORD, MIND and sometimes PLAN, but also...

Greek: Greek "we", epsilon iota, gamma omega
epsilon iota, gamma omega, latin transliteration: Hello, In ancient Greek the pronoun We is Hemeis while I is Ego, though subject personal pronouns may be omitted except in cases of emphasis, just like in your language and in mine too. Greetings from Italy, Maria ___________________________________________________________...

Greek: someone gave me a greek word to translate, slip of paper, greek word
slip of paper, greek word, revo: Hi Nicole This word does not mean anything but what I suspect is that the spelling is wrong. It may be pronounced CHO-REPSO or pronounced CHO-REVO the CHO pronounced as in the word WHO-le both words mean DANCE Regards Georg...

Greek: girl friend, greek pronunciation, prounciation
greek pronunciation, prounciation, aigo: Hi John Note: Put the empasis on the capitals (italics) ENGLISH I love your daughter GREEK . GREEK PRONUNCIATION Agahp-O teen kO-ree soo ENGLISH your daughter and I are engaged to be married GREEK ...

Greek: The gods, singular noun, theta epsilon
singular noun, theta epsilon, pagan god: Hello, The Greeks used the masculine singular noun Theos (theta-epsilon-omicron with the acute accent- sigma) for either the pagan god or the Christian god. In the Greek language there was not in fact another term to indicate the divinity. Therefore...

Greek: greek alphabet, greek alphabet, homework questions
greek alphabet, homework questions, greek characters: Hello, First of all in my instructions to Questioner which appear on your Ask a Question page, you can read this phrase No homework questions please nor tattoos; second, I cannot help you anyway, because the system does not allow the use of Greek characters....

Greek: greek battle cry, ancient greek soldiers, ancient greek language
ancient greek soldiers, ancient greek language, goddess athena: Hi Jeff I am not expert on the ancient Greek language. I can only answer the battle cries The troops of ancient Athens, during the Medic Wars and the Peloponnesian War were noted for going into battle shouting Alala , which was supposed to emulate the...

Greek: greek to english...for a tattoo, iota pi, alpha pi
iota pi, alpha pi, greek alphabet: Hi Ty OUT OF NOTHING = If you have Greek fonts, you should be able to see it, anyway I will spel it using the greek alphabet with latin characters. First word Alpha, Pi, Omicron Second word Tuff, Omicron Third word Tuff, Iota,...

Greek: greek mythology, wife of perseus, diacritic marks
wife of perseus, diacritic marks, latin transliteration: Hello, Generally speaking, there is in ancient Greek a noun which was used to indicate mainly a race and then also a clan, a house, a family, but it did not refer to the Greek Gods at all. Anyway, such a noun was ghnos. Therefore if you want to...

Greek: My greek Name, greek emphasis, honey bee
greek emphasis, honey bee, greek name: Hi Melissa This is the name of a honey bee in Greek. In Greek the emphasis is on the first syllable ME-lissa Some simple words in Greek (Emphasis on capital letters) Water = ner-O Bread = pso-MI Come = E-la Go = PE-yehne Car = afto-KI-nito What...

Greek: what is my greek name?, diacritic marks, mu iota
diacritic marks, mu iota, latin transliteration: Hello, In ANCIENT GREEK the name Mitchell did not exist at all. Anyway, since Mitchell derives from the name MICHAEL which itself derives from the Hebrew name Mika el meaning who is like God? , I can tell you that we read the name MICHAEL in the...

Greek: greek name, white flowers, greek name
white flowers, greek name, shrubs: Hi Heather This is an English name it means simply heather referring to the variety of small shrubs with pink or white flowers In greek we will just sound it the same as it sounds in English with a Greek accent of course. We do not have a translation...

Greek: greek last name meaning, greek ships, surname
greek ships, surname, dad: Hi Rachel I do not know the full answer of your question. All I know is that the word for EYE mati as you already know, and also the word OFTHALMOS which means EYE . As for the meaning of the Surname Chandris , I am sorry I can not help you. I have...

Greek: greek name..., greek alphabet, latin characters
greek alphabet, latin characters, greek name: Hi Nikaela Using the Greek alphabet (in Latin characters) (get hold of agreek alphabet) Approximate Sound in Name Modern Greek NOTES N Nu n I Iota ee, y K Kappa k A Alpha a E Epsilon e L Lambda l A Alpha a ...

Greek: greek spelling, greek epsilon, greek spelling
greek epsilon, greek spelling, greek alphabet: Hi Amanda using Greek letters the name is I hope you can read it. Anyway I will use the Greek alphabet so you can look up the letters. Name Approximate Notes Sound in Modern Greek Epsilon e Beta v Upsilon ee In this case pronounced...

Greek: greek spelling, gamma epsilon lambda, lambda omicron
gamma epsilon lambda, lambda omicron, latin transliteration: Hello, First of all I have to point out that unfortunately the system does not allow the use of Greek alphabet and diacritic marks. Therefore the only thing I can do is to write each Greek letter of the Latin transliteration Evangelos so that you can...

Greek: greek spelling, greek spelling, greek alphabet
greek spelling, greek alphabet, sentense: Hi Michael I love you in Greek using capital letters is Using the Greek alphabet the sentense is as follows. First Numerical Letter Name Approximate Notes place in Sound in alphabet Modern Greek 18 , ...

Greek: greek spelling of an English word, greek spelling, greek alphabet
greek spelling, greek alphabet, greek fonts: Hi George Just one correction this is not an English word, it is Greek word used in English. The Greek spelling is in Greek fonts is It is made up of two words meaning generation and meaning field of study. Study of the generations...

Greek: greek spelling of Panayiota, greek spelling, o tau
greek spelling, o tau, greek alphabet: Hi Shari In Greek letters the name is written pronounced approximately PANA -YO - TA Using the Greek alphabet each letter is as follows Letter Name Approximate Notes Sound in Modern Greek , Pi p , Alpha...

Greek: greek spelling of the word champion, word champion, greek spelling
word champion, greek spelling, correct spelling: Dear friend, The world champion (the winner of the first place in a championship) is called πρωταθλητής and πρωταθλητές in plural. Yours, Evangelo...

Greek: greek spelling, greek spelling, raian
greek spelling, raian, greek name: Hi Scott This is not a Greek name. It is Irish-English I can only tell you how we can write it and pronounce it but there is not Greek equivalent meaning in Greek In Greek we would just try to write the english sound English Greek Pronounced ...

Greek: greek surname meaning, greek surname, acropolis of athens
greek surname, acropolis of athens, immigration authorities: Hi Karleen The name Kyritsis in Greek derived from () kyr (Kyritsis) the word Kyr is a title, like saying sir, or mister (folowed by a name), or even Lord in modern Greek is widely used in every day speech eg Kyr yanni ( mister...

Greek: greek translation, greek alphabet, english spelling
greek alphabet, english spelling, hebrew names: Hi Maggi Sorry, By mistake I pressed the wrong button in my previous answer. The English spelling has nothing to do with the Greek translation. The name JACOB and JAMES are translated into Greek as IACOVOS in Greek letters as or . Regards...

Greek: greek translation, ancient spartans, greek translation
ancient spartans, greek translation, boeotia: Hello Chris, First of all there are two versions of this quotation from Plutarchs Apophthegmata Laconica (Sayings of the Ancient Spartans):the first is the one you mention, i.e. ἢ τὰν ἢ ἐπὶ τὰς...

Greek: greek translation, tau omicron, mu omicron
tau omicron, mu omicron, tau iota: Hello Kristie, I really love your idea.Hope I can help you. The phrase My body is my temple in ancient greek is: To soma emou esti o naos emou (the word emou can also be just mou ) to=the soma=body emou=my esti=is o=the naos=temple...

Greek: greek word, latin transliteration, greek champion
latin transliteration, greek champion, greek alphabet: Hello, in ancient Greek which is my field of expertise (view my profile) there are two words meaning champion and one meaning wrestler. So here they are: -CHAMPION = πρωταθλητής or προαγωνιστής,...

Greek: greek words, ancient greek god, greek god of love
ancient greek god, greek god of love, ancient greek god of love: Hi peter, (έρως)Eros is the name of the ancient greek god of love Μολών λαβέ is a phrase that Leonidas said with the 300 spatrans and means come and get it (he means their weapons,...

Greek: greek, henry george liddell, greek english dictionary
henry george liddell, greek english dictionary, beta iota: Hello, I m sorry, but once again I must tell you that you are wrong when you say that the ancient Greek noun bia(beta-iota- alpha) is also used as a kind of interjection, meaning, Unfair! I protest!!! . Could you tell me which Ancient Greek-English...

Greek: Help for an artistic work, epsilon iota, mu iota
epsilon iota, mu iota, initial vowel: Hello Jorge, Heres the translation you asked me: Midas onou chei ota. Note that: -MIDAS = Midas -ONOU (genitive case of ONOS, donkey) = donkeys -ECHEI = has -OTA (neuter plural, accusative case of OUS, ear) = ears. Best regards from...

Greek: Herpestes (?), rosmarus, history of friendship, pelopponesian war
history of friendship, pelopponesian war, cutaneous eruption: Hello Simon, First of all the ancient Greek term ichneumon (from the verb ichneuein, to follow the trail) did not mean specifically mongoose, but indicated an animal which was the enemy of the crocodile and preyed on its eggs. As for herpestidae,...

Greek: Hey, greek surname, leukada
greek surname, leukada, family crest: Dear friend, you are absolutely right. it seems that ypu have done some good research. Your name is untouched. Original greek surname. Look, surnames that end with -elos are originated from the Ionian Islands (7 ) (corfu or kerkyra in greek, leukada,...

Greek: History of Prokos and Sifnos Island., sifnos island, prokos
sifnos island, prokos, dear george: Hi Kwanrawee Prokos One of my previous answers was referring to a similar question about Prokos. Search the answers. Regarding the connection with Sifnos Island, I found the name Prokos in the following tourist advertisement in sifnos. I wonder if there...

Greek: Homonyms in ancient Greek, sigma iota sigma, alpha mu alpha
sigma iota sigma, alpha mu alpha, kappa alpha lambda: Hello Nancy, Glad to help you. So, here are some ancient Greek homonyms: -amaxa (alpha -mu-alpha-csi-alpha) meaning Great Bear and car as in the car of the sun -amaurosis( alpha-mu-alpha-upsilon-rho-omega-sigma-iota-sigma) meaning...

Greek: Hoplite, lambda iota, pi lambda
lambda iota, pi lambda, eta sigma: Hello, The authentic Classic Greek spelling of Hoplite , i.e. the heavily armed foot soldier, is : Omicron with the rough breathing - pi-lambda-iota with the acute accent -tau- eta -sigma . As for the rough breathing, it is a mark which is used...

Greek: half, spanish noun, neuter plural
spanish noun, neuter plural, tou tou: Hello Simon, As far as I know, the adjective SEMIS or its abbreviated form SEMI could be used with the ordinals to express and a half, but was not a frequently recurring situation. In fact we have SEMIS TERTIUS which becomes SESTERTIUS, i.e. a coin...

Greek: haplous, diplous, latin phrase, sanskrit root
latin phrase, sanskrit root, latin verb: Dear Simon, The ancient Greek adjective haplos ( single , simple , sincere , etc.) seems to be composed by the so called copulative alpha, i.e. the prefix a- expressing unity or similarity + the Sanskrit root pl we find also in the Latin verb...

Greek: can you help identify subject of this icon, private question, export certificate
private question, export certificate, mail address: Dear Cinde, I ll be very glad to help you.The only way is to send me your mail address so I can communicate with you and so you can send me a photo of the pic.Don t forget to send me your mail address with a PRIVATE question! Waiting for your answer. Take...

Greek: Can you help identify subject of this icon?, christian martyr, saint dimitri
christian martyr, saint dimitri, dimitrios: Dear Jeffry, the person on the icon is as you said a depiction of Saint Dimitri.The title of the icon is written in ancient greek and it says:Ag. Megalom. Dimitrios which stands for:Agios Megalomartyr Dimitrios where Agios means Saint and Megalomartyr means...

Greek: help?, latin transliteration, extreme dislike
latin transliteration, extreme dislike, tender affection: Hello, The translations Im giving you are in ANCIENT GREEK, of course, not in modern Greek which is not my area of expertise(See my profile). If on the contrary you want these words to be translated into Modern Greek, please look for an expert in that...

Greek: Iliad, trojan warrior, achaeans
trojan warrior, achaeans, deep sorrow: Hello, No symbolism at all there is underneath the threefold scream of Achilles, but only the expression of deep sorrow caused by the death of Patroclus, his best friend killed by Hector, the most significant Trojan warrior. Moreover such threefold scream,...

Greek: Ismaros, homers odyssey, land of the lotus eaters
homers odyssey, land of the lotus eaters, balkan peninsula: Dear Simon, The name of the town of Ismaros(2nd.declension, masculine) is mentioned in Homers Odyssey, Book IX, line 40 ff., where we read: Iliothen me phern anemos Kikonessi pelassen, Ismari(masc dat sg), meaning From Ilios the wind bore me and...

Greek: infinity, ancient greek philosophy, anaximander of miletus
ancient greek philosophy, anaximander of miletus, homers iliad: Hello, Here are my answers to your questions: 1. You are right : the ancient Greek word peiron (neuter) is composed by the negative prefix a , i.e. the so-called alpha privative used to express absence or negation, plus an adaptation of the neuter...

Greek: An iota as a word on its own?, ninth letter of the greek alphabet, english vowel
ninth letter of the greek alphabet, english vowel, dictionary entry: Hello, In ancient Greek there is no use of the iota as a word on its own. The iota was simply a vowel like the English vowel i and then it can be used as either simple vowel or diphthong . View for example the verb didasko( I teach) where the iota...

Greek: Jn 17:5, latin transliteration, masculine article
latin transliteration, masculine article, correct translation: Hello, You are right: there are two definite articles in the Greek text of John 17:5. This is why in the passage you refer to, i.e. kai nun doxason me su, pater, para seauti ti doxi hi eichon pro tou ton kosmon einai para soi.(Latin transliteration),...

Greek: John 1:1, greek to english translation, word was god
greek to english translation, word was god, word god: Hi Demetrius It means that the Word is part of God himself who was manifested in the form of human being as Jesus Christ in the New Testament. So Jesus Christ was God Himself. If you read John 1:14 you will see that the Word became flesh and made his dwelling...

Greek: justice, homeric greek, feminine noun
homeric greek, feminine noun, dikaiosyne: Hello, The feminine noun dikaiosune, also spelled dikaiosyne, meaning exactly justice, is not an inflection of the adjective dikaios which means righteous, just, honest, legal, lawful, right. Either dikaiosune or dikaios...

Greek: Kheir kheira niptei, daktyloi de daktylous., southern apennines, fall of the roman empire
southern apennines, fall of the roman empire, foundation of rome: Hello Simon, The Greek phrase Kheir kheira niptei /nizei, i.e. Hand washes Hand, is a quotation from Epicharmus of Kos (c.540-450BC), maybe one of the first comic writers. Socrates in fact mentions him as the prince of comedy , as we read in the dialogue...

Greek: King Midas, peripatetic school, king midas
peripatetic school, king midas, god apollo: Hello Katie, Actually in ancient Greek the name Midas indicated a kind of insect just called midas, as we read in the work On the Causes of Plants by the Greek philosopher and naturalist Theophrastus (372-287 BC), the successor of Aristotle in the...

Greek: kaloires, errata, perso wanadoo
errata, perso wanadoo, preacher: Errata corrige. I am sorry, but I cannot help you as the term Kaloires does not exist in ancient Greek, nor in Latin. Since however the phrase you quote is related to a certain Candiot Kaloir, a Preacher, as we read at: http://perso.wanadoo.fr/oscurantis/summersvampirechapII.htm...

Greek: know thyself, tau omicron, mu eta
tau omicron, mu eta, initial vowel: Hello, The ancient Greek phrases supposedly carved on the pediment of the temple of Apollo at Delphi were the following: - Gnthi sautn (Know thyself). -Medn gan (Nothing in excess). Please note that : -GNOTHI (aorist imperative, 2nd.person...

Greek: korini, kappa omicron, greek dictionaries
kappa omicron, greek dictionaries, greek dictionary: Hi Simon You are correct. It is a club fighting tool In the ancient times it was used in battles as a fighting tool. Usually it was covered up with metal. One end was fatter than the other. Also it means INDIAN CLUB which is a tool used in Gymnastics....

Greek: Latin and greek translation, caius iulius caesar, ancient greek name
caius iulius caesar, ancient greek name, iota omicron: Hello, The English name Julius , which derives just from Latin, is Iulius in Latin, where the letter J did not exist, of course. See for example the name of the most famous of Roman generals,Caius Iulius Caesar. As for Julius in ancient Greek,...

Greek: Linguistics, anatomy of the body, homer hesiod
anatomy of the body, homer hesiod, feminine noun: Hello Samantha, Actually the ancient Greek feminine noun sarx(nominative)- sarkos(genitive) means exactly flesh,or pulp , i.e. fruit pulp, but NOT muscles . In fact muscle of the body is mus(nominative)-muos(genitive) in ancient Greek...

Greek: Live, imee, circumflex
imee, circumflex, what is the purpose of life: Dear Anna, sorry it took me a little bit to answer to your question. So,the word live as a command is translated in greek as:(viou),from the v. (vioo) that means I live , I live happily . Another word for live is:(zee)with a circumflex above...

Greek: "Live", sigma upsilon, beta iota
sigma upsilon, beta iota, tau omicron: Hello, In ancient Greek the command / exhortation Live in the sense you say is Biou suntonos, where BIOU is live and SUNTONOS is an adverb which emphasizes the concept of life that must be enjoyed. As for Greek characters, unfortunately the system...

Greek: Lysimachuss cushion, epigrammatic poems, greek anthology
epigrammatic poems, greek anthology, mysterious disappearance: Greetings Simon, This epigram by a poet named Lucilius (or Statulios ) should be a joke, not particularly funny however, about the mysterious disappearance of a certain Lysimachus, after Antiochus(maybe king Antiochus IV) had set eyes on Lysimachuss ...

Greek: language, accurate translation, source expert
accurate translation, source expert, expert testimony: Hi Jon I have no idea. What I know is that you have to understand the culture of the particular language you are translating from and to in order to give a more accurate translation. You have to identify yourself with the people of the particular language,...

Greek: language, latin category, online translator
latin category, online translator, minimal fees: Hello, if you refer to an automated online translator, I have to tell you that unfortunately there is no reliable site where you can just type in a phrase in English and have it translated correctly to Latin /ancient Greek / Italian / French which are...

Greek: latin phrase, latin phrase, latin characters
latin phrase, latin characters, greek alphabet: Blake, First of all the Latin phrase Decessoribus vive for Live for those who have passed away is wrong. In fact the dative Decessoribus (nominative decessor ) does not mean for those who have passed away as the Latin noun Decessor indicates...

Greek: latin vs greek, aryan tribes, prehistoric language
aryan tribes, prehistoric language, indo aryan: Dear Megan, here are my answers to your questions. 1st. QUESTION: Where Greek and Latin came from? ANSWER: Both Greek and Latin came from a geographic area close to the Aral Sea, in Central Asia. Both Greek and Latin belong to the Indo-European(or...

Greek: lullaby, kappa alpha tau, sigma iota sigma
kappa alpha tau, sigma iota sigma, kappa alpha lambda: Hello, In ancient Greek to lullaby as a verb is katabaukalein/ katabaukaln which is the infinitive mood of katabaukalo, while lullaby as a noun is katabauklesis (3rd.declension, nominative case), katabaukalseos (genitive case). Both...

Greek: lyric, hi bob, favourite song
hi bob, favourite song, best wishes: , , , , , , , , ...

Greek: Matthew 24, Mark 13, Luke 21, abomination of desolation, olivet discourse
abomination of desolation, olivet discourse, synoptic gospels: Hello, Sorry, but I m afraid I cannot help you as you did not indicate exactly the Greek passages of the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew , Mark , Luke ) where there is a dative case which is translated into English as you. In fact you ve indicated the chapters...

Greek: Menander, lambda omicron, epsilon iota
lambda omicron, epsilon iota, iota lambda: Dear Simon, Glad to have helped you. The Menanders quotation from his Monosticha(Sententiae, in Latin ; Maxims i.e. Moral maxims) Drys pesoses, pas anr xyleetai means literally :On the fall of an oak, every man gathers wood, i.e. every...

Greek: Meteoron, meteoro, hesitancy
meteoro, hesitancy, midair: Dear friend, means staying in the air without support(stand). Metaphorically, we say it for someone undecided who has started something off but don t know how to keep it on. is the step which stays in the air for quite a long time...

Greek: Mind, upsilon sigma, koine greek
upsilon sigma, koine greek, ancient greek word: Hi, The ancient Greek word for Mind is Nous(nominative case) Nou (genitive case) which is a masculine noun meaning also: understanding, reason, thought, insight, purpose, intention, sense , according to the context. As I cannot use the Greek characters...

Greek: Moliere into Ancient Greek, tau omicron, rho epsilon
tau omicron, rho epsilon, epsilon iota: Hello, First of all I must point out that unfortunately the system does not allow the use of the Greek characters and diacritic marks. Therefore the only thing I can do is to write each word into corresponding letters of Latin alphabet and give you...

Greek: markotsis surname, distant ancestor, king alexander
distant ancestor, king alexander, tsis: Hi Pete What I think is that the ending -tsis has to do with the kind of job the distant ancestor was involved in. The endings -tsis and -tzis are of Turkish origin and refer to a profession. Out of interest I also found this name on the list of people...

Greek: The meaning of my name, luke skywalker, star wars movies
luke skywalker, star wars movies, lucania: Hi Luke Your name origin is as follows From the Greek name (Loukas) which meant from Lucania . Lucania was a region in Italy. Saint Luke, the author of the third Gospel and Acts in the New Testament, was a doctor who travelled in the company of...

Greek: The meaning of my last name, greek characters, zahari
greek characters, zahari, dear michael: Dear Michael, I ll be very glad to help you. So,your name must be derived from the word zahari (-in greek characters)that means sugar ,the characters o-u-d and the ending -akis.The names that end in -akis are usually from Crete. Hope I helped...

Greek: meaning / spelling of greek last name, greek alphabet, northern greece
greek alphabet, northern greece, modern greek: Hi Steven Using the Greek alphabet the spelling is as follows. Numerical Letter Name Approximate Notes place in Sound in alphabet Modern Greek 22 , Chi kh 17 , Rho r 20 , Upsilon ee 18 , Sigma s written at the end...

Greek: meet/introduce, colloquial speech, gons
colloquial speech, gons, formal introduction: Dear Simon, first of all Im glad to have helped you, as its always a pleasure to answer your questions as they are somewhat interesting. So, here are the translations you need: ITALIAN : -Non vedo lora di incontrare i tuoi genitori or Sono...

Greek: modern greek, modern greek language, ancient greek language
modern greek language, ancient greek language, universities in virginia: Sorry, but my field of expertise is Ancient Greek language and literature. Moreover I live in Italy and therefore I do not know of any colleges or universities in Virginia, USA, that offer courses or programs in Modern Greek language. Good luck! Maria...

Greek: the monkey bite that changed the course of Greek history, e mail address, hellenic telephone directories
e mail address, hellenic telephone directories, monkey bite: HI Simon If you want to see how many people have the same surname as mine check the Hellenic Telephone Directories - OTE: White pages Enter the name in either English or Greek and press search, then you will see quite surnames like mine Also...

Greek: multiple negatives, ancient greek alphabet, latin transliteration
ancient greek alphabet, latin transliteration, aorist: Dear Simon, in Ancient Greek sentences we find many negative pronouns /adverbs instead of only one of them, as in English, where you use only never and then say I never did that to anyone anywhere in any way, whose translation could be Oudna edikesa...

Greek: Name, hristina, modern greek
hristina, modern greek, nick name: Dear Logan, the name Christy Marie would be written in ancient greek just like it is written in modern greek: (Hristina Maria),using Cristina instead of Christy cause this nick name doesn t exist in greek. I hope I helped you but if you have...

Greek: Name, greek counterpart, laurentum
greek counterpart, laurentum, greek characters: Hi Larry Larry is short for LAURENCE which comes from the Roman LAURENTUM In Greek we translalated as , using Latin characters LAVRENTIOS We do not have a short form for your name we wiil just call you simply the same as it sounds in...

Greek: Last Name, sea area, place of origin
sea area, place of origin, black sea: Hi Christofer The ending of a surname indicates quite often the place of origin of a person in Greece. For example the eding idis (in Greek -: helps us to understand that someone comes from ponto (The black sea area where Greeks have...

Greek: Last Name, rodos island, island of rhodes
rodos island, island of rhodes, excel view: Hi Andrew Your name is in use in Greece. It has not been shorted. See below people from Athens and Rodos Island having the name Skikos () - 10:18pm ...

Greek: Name "George" in Greek, pronunciation, spelling, gamma iota, iota omega
gamma iota, iota omega, greek pronunciation: Hi Doug I know this name very well I have been carrying it all my life. In Greek letters is as follows. using capital letters Spelling is as follows = GAMMA =IOTA =OMEGA =ROH =GAMMA O=OMICRON =SIGMA It is pronounced...

Greek: Name spelling, greek alphabet, iota
greek alphabet, iota, rho: Hi Frances MARIAH = in Greek The spelling for MARIA is as follows I will use the Greek alphabet re below Numerical Letter Name Approximate Notes place in Sound in alphabet Modern Greek 12 , Mu m 1 ,...

Greek: Name translation, latin origins, english pronunciation
latin origins, english pronunciation, feminine version: Hi Paul Sorry I was a bit late answering your question, I had a technical problem with my computer. The name Paul in Greek is Pavlos using Greek letters .This name is not a Greek name, it has Latin origins. The name Nicola is the feminine...

Greek: Name, ancient greece, circumflex
ancient greece, circumflex, neut: Hello, I ll be very glad to help you. So the name Megan is written in greek as:. The numbers 30/01 can t be written in ancient greek as a date cause there were no dates in ancient Greece as it is today.So if you want just the spelling of the numbers...

Greek: Names in Ancient Greek, upsilon sigma, diacritic marks
upsilon sigma, diacritic marks, initial vowel: Hello, Im sorry, but there is no reliable site where your students can get their names in Greek fonts. As for Odysseus, it is the Latin transliteration of the Greek name which is in Greek fonts, though Im not sure that you can read...

Greek: Names, ancient greek names, hebrew origin
ancient greek names, hebrew origin, miltiades: Hi Cara I am sorry I am not expert in Ancient Greek. From What I know these names are modern English, Scandinavian, German with a couple of them having hebrew origin. There is not connection with any of the Ancient Greek names like, Socrates, Miltiades,...

Greek: Need Greek Transaltion, iota omicron, lambda lambda
iota omicron, lambda lambda, greek spelling: Hi Joanna What I am going to do is to write the Greek name of each letter using the Greek alphabet but using Latin charaxcters You can get hold of a Greek alphabet (e.g internet, libraries etc) and match the alphabet name letters I gave you with those...

Greek: Nickname, thick lips, skinny person
thick lips, skinny person, big ears: Hi Simon They called him - because he had big thick lips. Note the emphasis is on -. If he had big ears people would call him - . Yes,Sometimes people would call a skinny person fatty or vice versa fo the reason you just mentioned....

Greek: Nicknames, 5 fingers, names and their meanings
5 fingers, names and their meanings, nicknames: Hi Simon Usually they say these names as one word for example there is a mountain in Cyprus called 5 fingers (). Regarding the Nicknames I am not sure what nicknames you are referring to. But I know of a website with names and their meanings...

Greek: Nu?, declension endings, dative case
declension endings, dative case, pronunciation guide: Hello Danny First of all I must tell you that all the names you mention (keanos, Koios, Kreios, Iapetos) belong to the second declension in ancient Greek and are in the nominative case which in fact ends with sigma . But in the accusative case they...

Greek: n eti man mchen niksomen, roman legions, roman army
roman legions, roman army, southern italy: Hi Nancy, the phrase you mention n eti man mchen niksomen, pollamen whose spelling in ancient Greek letters would be Ἂν ἔτι μίαν μάχην νικήσωμεν,...

Greek: What is in my name?, turkish origin, greek name
turkish origin, greek name, flax: Hi Roula The name Halatsis in Greek is . It is of Turkish origin and it means the following: One who combs; one whose occupation it is to comb wool, flax, etc. As for the name Manthos in Greek ῾, I can not find any information...

Greek: My name, home ruler, germanic name
home ruler, germanic name, modern greek: Hello, Im sorry, but in ancient Greek the name Enrique did not exist. This name is in fact the Spanish form of the English name Henry , from the Germanic name Heimerich which meant home ruler , composed of the elements heime (home) and rich (power,...

Greek: name, ancient greek alphabet, hristina
ancient greek alphabet, hristina, greek letters: Dear Logan, I m sorry for my misunderstanding,I should be more clear.The characters in the ancient greek alphabet are the same as in the modern greek alphabet.So,the name is written in ancient greek as it is in modern greek without any differences.So,the...

Greek: My name, english letters, latin characters
english letters, latin characters, greek name: Hi Ryan This is not a Greek name, but I ll tell how it sounds in Greek using latin characters. RY As in the word RYE AN As in the word s-UN . So you will pronounce it RYE-UN Regarding your surname, I can only guess. Ist guess PELEKOS...

Greek: last name, psara, greek language
psara, greek language, crete: Dear Lorika, your name doesn t have a meaning in greek language.As for the origin unfortunately I m not aware of it but I do know that the names that end in -akis are from Crete indeed. Hope I helped somehow.For more questions,please feel free to ask again....

Greek: last name, lambda eta, beta omicron
lambda eta, beta omicron, delta lambda: Hi Jake The place KIVERI doesn t ring a bell perhaps the spelling is wrong. Your name JACOB in Greek fonts is or pronounced EEAKOVOS or EEAKOV Get hold of a Greek alphabet and follow spelling SPELLING: JACOB IOTA, ALPHA,...

Greek: My name, phi iota, sigma omicron
phi iota, sigma omicron, common noun: Hello, In ancient Greek there was a noun sophia meaning exactly wisdom. It was not a proper name, but a common noun which belonged to the 1st.declension. As for how to write sophia in Greek alphabet, unfortunately the system does not allow the...

Greek: name, greek alphabet, modern greek
greek alphabet, modern greek, omicron: Hi Jennifer Using the Greek alphabet the spelling is as follows: Numerical Letter Name Approximate Notes place in Sound in alphabet Modern Greek 17 , Rho r 15 , Omicron o 2 , Beta v 20 , Upsilon ee ...

Greek: a last name, alphabet letter, greek alphabet
alphabet letter, greek alphabet, omicron: Hi Adam Your name is most likely as follows, in Greek (Seeriosh) I had a classmate by this name when I was at High School The name refers to someone who comes from the island of Syros () The spelling is...

Greek: Last name in Greek / meaning, greek alphabet, flisvos
greek alphabet, flisvos, latin characters: Hi Alanna Your name in Greek is if you can read Greek letters. It means Fat . I will use the Greek alphabet so you can see each letter in latin characters. Letter Name Approximate Notes Sound in Modern Greek , Pi p , Alpha...

Greek: name in Greek, latin fonts, greek fonts
latin fonts, greek fonts, greek words: Hi Angelica Your name in Greek using Latin fonts is AGGELIKI If you want to say ANGELIKA using Greek fonts then it is as follows. ANGELICA = FOR AGGELIKI = I hope you have Greek fonts, so you can read the Greek words. Regards...

Greek: name in greek alphabet (ancient), ancient greek alphabet, initial vowel
ancient greek alphabet, initial vowel, koine greek: Hello, In ancient Greek the correct name is ANDRONIKOS (Andronikos), not Androniki which does not exist in classical Greek. As for the letters of the ancient Greek alphabet, I cannot use them as the system does not allow it. Anyway I can write...

Greek: name meaning translation, rho epsilon, zeta omega
rho epsilon, zeta omega, greek translation: Dear friend, Renae is of french origin and indeed means born again. In greek, it s a similar sounding name, rena (rho-epsilon-nu-alpha), but it s in the minority of names that doesn t mean anything in Greek language. If you want to find a greek equivalant...

Greek: our last name meaning, last name meaning, greek pan
last name meaning, greek pan, panagiotopoulos: Hi Karen 1. The name Panagiotopoulos (in Greek ) means the son or descendant of Panagioti 2. Panagiotis (in Greek ) means: all holy , derived from Greek (pan) all combined with (hagios) holy ....

Greek: name meanings, greek goddess artemis, rho iota
greek goddess artemis, rho iota, kappa upsilon: Hello, Glad to help you. So, the name Cynthia is a latinized form of the ancient Greek feminine adjective Kynthia which was the epithet given to the Greek goddess Artemis because she was born on Mount Kynthos on the island of Delos: hence the epithet...

Greek: Last name query, genealogytoday com surname finder, greek translation
genealogytoday com surname finder, greek translation, greek family: Sorry I can not answer your question but you can go to this website for some information http://www.genealogytoday.com/surname/finder.mv?Surname=Saracene Regards George I did a lot of research trying to find the information you want. The name...

Greek: Last name spelling, correct spelling, zoe
correct spelling, zoe, pronunciation: Dear Amanda, hope I can help you with this. So,according to the pronunciation of the name you gave me,I think that the name you re looking for is KARAKASIS that is written in greek as: --------(). Hope this is the one.If you have more...

Greek: name spelling, correct spelling, guesswork
correct spelling, guesswork, kis: Hi Jason A bit of guesswork here you have not given me the name in english characters but from what you have told me, I would say it is pronounced Tourloukis? at the moment I have not Greek fonts due to a technical problem. Regards George ...

Greek: name suffixes, greek god dionysos, god dionysus
greek god dionysos, god dionysus, greek nouns: Dear Simon, Either Constantinus or Iustinianus (with the I in Latin) are Latin names, not Greek. Constantinus derives from the Latin adjective constans(genitive costantis) meaning constant, steadfast , with the Latin suffix -inus meaning...

Greek: last name tatoo, alysia, modern greek
alysia, modern greek, omicron: Hi Alysia I have written below each individual letter that make up your name. I hope you will be able to follow it. Numerical Letter Name Approximate Notes place in Sound in alphabet Modern Greek 1 , Alpha a 16 , ...

Greek: name translation, name translation, day of the lord
name translation, day of the lord, dominus: Hello, First of all the name Domini is related to Dominic, which derives from the Late Latin name Dominicus meaning of the Lord , belonging to God, as this name was traditionally given to a child born on Sunday, that is the day of the Lord, the day...

Greek: name translation, name translation, greek characters
name translation, greek characters, greek word: Hi Cassie The name Steven or Stephen or Stephan in English have all the same meaning they come from the Greek word Stefani which means wreath. Therefore a person called Steven in English will be called Stefanos in Greek. Using Greek Characters the name...

Greek: Last name translation, greek lettering, greek spelling
greek lettering, greek spelling, name translation: Hi Lena Send me your email and I will send you a pdf file so you can read the Greek spelling. I just noticed in my previous answer, i missed two letters from the pronunciation of your surname. It should be Neeforopoulos , not Neefopoulos Kind regards...

Greek: name translation, eta lambda, diacritic marks
eta lambda, diacritic marks, mu iota: Hello, In ANCIENT GREEK, which is my field of expertise (see my profile), the name Michael did not exist at all. In fact the name MICHAEL which derives from the Hebrew name Mika el meaning who is like God , appears only in the Book of Daniel...

Greek: name translation, lambda iota, iota sigma
lambda iota, iota sigma, diacritic marks: Hello, unfortunately the system does not allow the use of the Greek alphabet and diacritic marks and then the only thing I can do is to write each Greek letter of Melissa so that you can see (and maybe copy) these letters at the following sites: ...

Greek: name translation, greek mu, name translation
greek mu, name translation, latin characters: Hi Melissa Your name means HONEYBEE Using Greek letters is pronounced ME-LIS-SA The spelling in Greek using latin characters for you to be able to read, is as follows. Letter Name Approximate Approximate Notes Sound in Sound in ...

Greek: name translation, name translation, t george
name translation, t george, modern greek: Hi r The spelling is as follows BERT = Numerical Letter Name Approximate Notes place in Sound in alphabet Modern Greek 12 , Mu m 2 , Beta v 5 , Epsilon e 17 , Rho r 19 , Tau t GEORGE...

Greek: Last name translation, name translation, greek names
name translation, greek names, members tripod: Hi Kaitlyn Your name is most likely KOSMIDIS not KASMIDIS In Greek it is Re below Greek names. In Greek there is not KASMIDIS - - . 5, 546 32, ,...

Greek: name translation, greek view, name translation
greek view, name translation, son of the south: Hello, I am an expert in Ancient Greek (view my profile) where there is no translation for the English name BEN which can mean son in Hebrew or else it can either be a short form of the Hebrew BENJAMIN ( meaning son of the south or son of the right...

Greek: My last name, delta omicron, iota delta
delta omicron, iota delta, alpha kapa alpha: Dear Kris, the other spellings you gave me helped me a lot and actually the first one.So the name Karakaedos is written in greek as:kapa-alpha-ro-alpha-kapa-alpha with the acute accent-iota-delta-omicron-final sigma.I also found,as I was searching for the...

Greek: names, greek translation, honey bee
greek translation, honey bee, greek name: Hi Melissa The name Jeniffer is not a Greek name therefore I can t give you the Greek translation.(I think it is Welsh) The name Christofer is Greek and is written in Greek as follows pronounced Kristoforos meaning Bearing Christ (in...

Greek: I need help with a couple of names, greek fonts, greek letters
greek fonts, greek letters, greek art: Hi Felipe and Fabiola van der Moewe The name Mario in Greek is The name Ingrid is just pronounce and written the way it sounds to our Greek ears. Using Greek letters the name is written as I hope you can read the greek fonts. ...

Greek: need to translate words on a painting, phi gamma, southern greece
phi gamma, southern greece, ennia: Hi Fernado AI MYKYNAI I think this is referring to a name of an ancient site in southern Greece, though the spelling is not correct. In English it is called MYCENAE in ancient Greek is in modern Greek is So, the translation...

Greek: nemesis/hybris quote, retributive justice, excessive pride
retributive justice, excessive pride, orderly universe: FOLLOW UP Hello Annie, a few lines to point out that my answer is absolutely clear and intelligible to those who read it carefully. So I was surprised to see you rating me 2 in clarity. Could you tell me please what you did not understand? Best regards...

Greek: Odd question, hi tommy, odd question
hi tommy, odd question, brother: Hi Tommy My brother s name is Anastasios and he lives in the US. he still uses the name Anastasios and for short name we call him Tassos. This is the same as we call him in Greek. No change at all. So, your name in English is Anastasios or Tassos for short....

Greek: Odyssey Book 9, lines 256-7, commedia dellarte, odyssey book
commedia dellarte, odyssey book, etor: Hello, Heres the meaning of the lines you mention: So he spoke, and our heart was broken again for terror of his thundering voice and monstrous form. Heres the analysis of each Greek word: -hs = So -ephath (i.e. ephato, imperf ind...

Greek: Origin of a last name, gypsy roots, little gypsy
gypsy roots, little gypsy, gypsy man: Dear Rachel, Indeed, your great grandfather was from a small town called Meropi near Messina and Sparta. His last name means little gypsy and it was not very common. It doesn t mean anything special. Actually, it means son of a gypsy man. Maybe someone...

Greek: Original Greek for "unchangeable", god kind, correct translation
god kind, correct translation, greek version: Hi Kevin The Greek word used in Hebrews 7:24 is meaning INVIOLABLE other synonys you could use are or meaning INFRANGIBLE . This is the correct translation of the Greek word. The priesthood of Jesus...

Greek: OUDEIS, greek inscription, art lovers
greek inscription, art lovers, muses: Hello again George, here s the translation you asked me: Let no stranger to the Muses enter . This inscription points out that the art lovers only must enter this art gallery. Best regards, Maria ______________________ OUDEIS: no AMOUSOS:...

Greek: An odd translation from English to Ancient Greek, greek word order, ancient greek word
greek word order, ancient greek word, diacritic marks: Hello, First of all the ancient Greek noun skia means shadow as an area that is not or is only partially irradiated or illuminated, not as people unseen by the general populace, while trochia means the path of a wheel, not a pathway. Second,...

Greek: oida and gignosco, interrogative pronoun, medieval latin
interrogative pronoun, medieval latin, cellarius: Dear Simon, Both oida [1st.person singular, perfect with present sense, from eido, eidomai, orao] and gignosco, [present indicative, 1st.person singular] can mean sapere , conoscere, venire a conoscenza, though GIGNOSCO can mean also...

Greek: origins and meaning of surname Dimacopoulos and Karounis, ancestry com, mainland greece
ancestry com, mainland greece, meaning of surname: Hi Susan The name DIMACOPOULOS most likely comes from the Peloponnisos peninsula in the southern part of mainland Greece. -poulos: (Found mainly in Peloponnisos) It is a patronymic name (it is a family surname) Go to this website and enter the name...

Greek: oudeis, adjective pronoun, gender neutrality
adjective pronoun, gender neutrality, negative conjunction: Hello, OUDEIS is not a gender neutral word, but the nominative masculine singular of a pronoun which means nobody, no one, and sometimes no, if it is used as an adjective. This adjective/pronoun is composed by the negative conjunction, oud ( neither/nor/...

Greek: ouden legei, oud, apology
oud, apology, socrates: Hello Simon, You are right: oudn lgei in Platos The Apology, 30 b, means literally He says nothing but in the sense that he talks nonsense, i.e. he says what is untrue , as he brings groundless charges against Socrates. This is why oudn...

Greek: Parabolani, servant of god, apostle paul
servant of god, apostle paul, xyst: Greetings Simon, First of all the correct Greek term is Oi paraballomenoi or Oi paraboloi both meaning The reckless ones, The gamblers , i.e. The ones who gamble, take a risk. The first, Oi paraballomenoi is the nominative masculine plural,...

Greek: Pauses & stops in NT Greek, new testament greek, ancient greek texts
new testament greek, ancient greek texts, ancient greek language: Hello, First of all I have to point out that words in ancient Greek texts were not separated from one another, lower-case letters were not used, and punctuation was at best sporadic. It was only much later that people began to write in small letters separated...

Greek: Peloponnisos, omicron pi omicron, lambda omicron
omicron pi omicron, lambda omicron, sigma omicron: Hello Danny, In ancient Greek it is Peloponnesos , i.e. Pi-eta-lambda-omicron-pi-omicron with the acute accent -nu-nu-ETA-sigma-omicron-sigma . Best, Maria _____________________________________________________ I think that it is Peloponnisos...

Greek: Phrase translation, phrase translation, latin alphabet
phrase translation, latin alphabet, diacritic marks: Hello, Here s the translation into Ancient Greek of the sentence Only the dead have seen the end of war : Oi tethneotes monon to tou polemou telos eorakasin. Please note that: Only = MONON the dead = OI TETHNEOTES have seen = EORAKASIN the...

Greek: Pi, letters of the greek alphabet, circumference of a circle
letters of the greek alphabet, circumference of a circle, sororities and fraternities: Hi Hannah There is no such a symbol that represents education in Greek. I had a similar question in the past.Some societies use letters of the Greek alphabet such as PHI, CHI,OMEGA ETC as their title because they sound sounds more intellectual and give...

Greek: Please could you help with genealogy?, kano nigeria, demetri
kano nigeria, demetri, abeche: Dear Nobie, unfortunately I can t find any information about Demetri Petmezaki,no matter how much I ve searched.I can keep trying and let you know through a follow-up if I find anything. I m sorry I couldn t help you more.For further questions please feel...

Greek: Poisoned chalice?, acute accent, circumflex accent
acute accent, circumflex accent, wine cup: Hello Danny, First of all the adjective kakos (with the acute accent on the omicron) and the noun kaukos (with the circumflex accent on the upsilon) or kaukion (with the acute accent on the iota) or kaukalion (with the acute accent on the second...

Greek: For the Power and Glory of the Lord, latin transliteration, greek alphabet
latin transliteration, greek alphabet, power and glory: Hello, unfortunately the system does not allow the use of Greek alphabet & diacritic marks and then I have to use the Latin transliteration of each Greek word. Moreover I must tell you that I can translate these phrases into ANCIENT GREEK which is...

Greek: PRONUNCIATION OF THE GREEK WORD FOR SERVICE, correct word, greek word
correct word, greek word, pronunciation: Hi Paul The word for service is not the word you give me. it means preserve . The correct word for service as in Service to others is , pronounced roughly eepeeressia so you will translate service to others as ...

Greek: Prokos, southern greece, greek communities
southern greece, greek communities, greek sites: Hi Nick The name PROKOS is common in Greece. In Greek is written as Re below some Greek sites using the name PROKOS 1 .E. - . . :, prokos.jpg. :, aboutnet...

Greek: Pronuciation of a name, latin alphabet, ancient greece
latin alphabet, ancient greece, greek letters: Hello, Actually I am an expert in Ancient Greek, not in Modern Greek, where the contemporary pronunciation is quite different from that used in ancient Greece. Moreover the surname Kasemehas is a transliteration from the Greek letters to the Latin alphabet....

Greek: Ptolemy, eta iota, epsilon mu
eta iota, epsilon mu, iota sigma: Hello Simon, You are right: the name Ptolemy (PtolemAios in Greek, Ptolemaeus in Latin) derives from the adjective ptolemEios/ polemEios(pi-omicron-lambda-epsilon-mu-eta-iota-sigma) meaning bellicose , warlike, as it is connected with the noun pOlemos...

Greek: Another Pythagoras quote, pythagoras and the pythagoreans, ancient greek writers
pythagoras and the pythagoreans, ancient greek writers, english adaptation: Hello, First of all no texts by Pythagoras (late 6th.century BC) survive and we know all the phrases and theories attributed to him thanks to some ancient Greek writers (Aristotle, for example) who often have quoted passages from Pythagoras and his followers....

Greek: this page sucks!, greek alphabet, what the heck
greek alphabet, what the heck: High Don I do not know what you are referring to!!!! are you sure you asked me a question, I did not answer properly? I wonder if you asked somebody else and you thought it was me I will be more than happy to try to solve your problem if you tell me what...

Greek: partial translation of Luke 6:21, ancient greek text, greek alphabet
ancient greek text, greek alphabet, paragraph 21: Hello Cheryl, You can find this phrase written in ancient Greek letters & diacritic marks at this site: http://www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/~fisher/cgi-bin/gnt?id=0306 Only here in fact you can copy the ancient Greek text of Luke 6:21 you are looking for,...

Greek: past and present tense of Rev 4:11, testament passage, present tense
testament passage, present tense, greek work: Hello, With regard to the Greek text of Isaiah 48:6-17 in the Septuagint ancient Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures i.e. the Old Testament, which was originally written in Hebrew, the verb for the English They are created is once again a PRESENT...

Greek: peripeteia and hamartia
Hi Giulia, glad to help you. So, the ancient Greek word peripeteia means reversal , i.e. the turning point in a drama after which the plot moves steadily to its denouement. It is discussed by Aristotle in the Poetics as the shift of the tragic...

Greek: phrase, quintus curtius rufus, roman historian
quintus curtius rufus, roman historian, correct phrase: Hello, first of all the correct phrase is :Altissima quaeque flumina minimo sono labi which is Latin, not ancient Greek, and is a quotation from the Roman historian Quintus Curtius Rufus, History of Alexander the Great (Book VII, chapter 4, paragraph...

Greek: please help, latin transliteration, greek alphabet
latin transliteration, greek alphabet, ancient greek term: Hello, the ancient Greek term for law, system is NOMOS. Best, Maria _______________________________________________________ Please note that unfortunately the system does not allow the use of Greek alphabet & diacritic marks and then I had to use...

Greek: pompe, falco subbuteo, ancient greek word
falco subbuteo, ancient greek word, solemn procession: Hello, the correct formula used in the fourth century AD was: Apotassomai to Satana kai tois ergois autou kai tais pompais autou, kai tais latreiais autou (I renounce the devil and all his works, his vain pomp and blandishments). This formula had...

Greek: present indictive of abide in John 12, epsilon iota, biblical exegesis
epsilon iota, biblical exegesis, mu epsilon: Hello, I m sorry, but I cannot help you with this question regarding the Biblical exegesis of the present indicative abideth in John 12:34, as critical explanation or analysis of the Bible s text is NOT my field of expertise. The only one thing I...

Greek: prisons, inner suburb, aegean sea
inner suburb, aegean sea, island of crete: Hi Simon ENGLISH GREEK Alikarnasos It is in the city of Iraklion, in the Island of Crete. Partheni Prison on the island of Leros, in the Aegean sea Oropos This a small town north of Athens, Koridalos...

Greek: pronoun agreement, belgic confession, pronoun agreement
belgic confession, pronoun agreement, confession of faith: Dear Mr.Pelletier, I really hope I can help you, but I have however to point out that English is not my mother tongue and then I do not consider myself an expert in English. In fact, I m Italian and live in Italy. So, as for the grammar controversy...

Greek: pronunciation of the word 'anodos', proper pronunciation, george macdonald
proper pronunciation, george macdonald, phantastes: Hi Brad Thje word Anodos is a Greek word and in Greek means Ascent . In Greek it is written as In Greek we do not say Anodos we say A-no-th-os . The emfasis is on the A the Th is pronounced as in the word Th-ough The letter ...

Greek: pronunciation, greek alphabet, psilon
greek alphabet, psilon, lpha: Hi Sallie DIKEOLAKOS In Greek you pronounce each letter,generally, as you see them in the Greek alphabet. So if you know the Greek alphabet you can pronounce it. In this case you pronounce this name as follows. THEE KEO (E is pronounced as in the word...

Greek: proper grammar, epsilon iota, iota omega
epsilon iota, iota omega, delta iota: Dear Nick, well,at first I didn t pay attention to your name and then I saw your last name and just out of curiosity I asked if it s greek,cause I wasn t very sure.So just like I said I was just curious,nothing else. Feel free to ask anything you want, ...

Greek: Question about greek, correct spellings, alphabet letter
correct spellings, alphabet letter, greek spelling: Hi Christina 1. Vovolakis Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 2 , Beta v 15 , Omicron o 2 , Beta v 15 , Omicron o 11 , Lambda l 1 , Alpha a 10 , Kappa k 7 , Eta...

Greek: question, ancient greek alphabet, tau iota
ancient greek alphabet, tau iota, iota tau: Hello, First of all you can find ancient Greek alphabet at the sites below for example: http://www.dur.ac.uk/stat.web/greek.htm http://www.ibiblio.org/koine/greek/lessons/alphabet.html As for the Ancient Greek spelling you are looking for, here it...

Greek: question(s) derived from an observation about Greek words and names., greek spelling, english spelling
greek spelling, english spelling, greek name: Hello, First of all not always you can know if a Greek name is ancient or modern by its English spelling which sometimes does not correspond to ancient / modern Greek spelling. For example the English name Aristotle does not match completely the ancient...

Greek: question, scout ships, athenian navy
scout ships, athenian navy, sea of marmara: Hello, the naval battle of Aegospotami, i.e. the final battle of the Peloponnesian War, in which Lysander and the Spartans destroyed the Athenian fleet,took place in 405 BC in the long narrow Hellespont Strait (today The Dardanelles) dividing the Aegean...

Greek: reading Ancient Greek online, ancient greek texts, iota subscripts
ancient greek texts, iota subscripts, emperor galba: Dear Simon, Unfortunately I cannot read Ancient Greek online as the system does not allow the use of Greek alphabet, accents, smooth and rough breathings or iota subscript. Moreover even when there are Ancient Greek texts online, there are no diacritic...

Greek: reciting Homer while exercising..., iliad and odyssey, stanley lombardo
iliad and odyssey, stanley lombardo, ancient greek language: Hello Jeanne, I really do not know whether reciting hexameters from Homer is a good exercise to synchronize the Greek rhythms with the heartbeats, but anyway I cannot provide you with the couple of short passages you asked me, since both Iliad and Odyssey...

Greek: No reply to question sent one week ago, new international dictionary of new testament theology, new testament greek
new international dictionary of new testament theology, new testament greek, new testament theology: Hello, Actually I ve answered your question the same day I received it, i.e. on Tuesday, April, 6, 2004, as you can see: 4/6/04 10:09:04 AM New Testament Greek Answered 4/6/04 12:03:09 PM Received Data: Tue, 6 Apr 2004 10:09:08 -0400 Answered Data: Tue,...