Greek to English
Translating words from Greek to English requires the use of a Greek-English dictionary or a web-based translator. Consulting a person fluent with the language will greatly help in learning the correct pronunciation of words.
What does the Greek mythology word flora means?
Plants/ plant life. More than that, though, Flora was the Roman goddess associated with flowers and the season of Spring. The Greeks, however, didn't have personifications of the seasons, since they viewed their passing as the coming and going of Persephone from the Underworld. So, Flora's Greek counterpart was the nymph, Chloris, from whose name we get the word "chlorophyll".
Which Greek god did the word 'hypnotize' come from?
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What does Tralala mean in Greek?
Nothing. But "traylee" means "crazy." (fem. version) Actually, "tra-la-la" is a common phrase of merriment in modern colloquial Greek and very often is used (especially by happy singing little girls) to cover the gaps in singing a song when some words from the lyrics are forgotten. Sometimes "tra-la-la" is used in describing a gay and being free from any care someone's attitude, as well.
What is the fifteenth letter of the Greek alphabet?
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What is the translation for 'thrive' in Latin?
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What is the English translation of Kai ego s'agapo?
What does Di immortales mean in Ancient Greek?
Well translated it means "the immortals" which is used as a word like good gracious, but a true translation (sorry if this is hard to follow, you would probably need to read a greak mythology book) would be "the gods" as in the Greek Gods of Mythology, i learned this from the book Percy Jackson and The Olympians: The Lightning Thief, im happy 'cause those books got me interested in greek mythology :) Correction to the above: It's Latin, not Greek!