Greek to English

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Asked in Religion & Spirituality, Greek to English

What is peirasmos?

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Peirasmos is a Greek word used in the New Testament that can be translated into a combination of "temptation", "trial" and "test".
Asked in Translations, Greek to English

What does the Greek word endaxi mean?

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It means "all right". (Olo ine endaxi means "everything is all right".)
Asked in Greek and Roman Mythologies, Greek to English

What does the Greek mythology word flora means?

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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".
Asked in Word and Phrase Origins, Ancient Greece, Greek to English, Hypnosis

Which Greek god did the word 'hypnotize' come from?

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There was a Greek god named Hypnos [sleep] and he was the twin brother of the god Thanatos [death]. See the related link(s) below for more info:
Asked in English to Greek, Greek to English

How do you say the word TONIGHT in Greek?

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The word for tonight in Greek is απόψε. (Apopse - pronounced: Ah-POPE-say)
Asked in English to Greek, Greek to English

What does Tralala mean in Greek?

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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.
Asked in Alphabet History, English to Greek, Greek to English

What is the fifteenth letter of the Greek alphabet?

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The fifteenth letter of the Greek alphabet is the letter omicron, which is very similar to the letter O. The entire Greek alphabet is as follows: alpha beta gamma delta epsilon zeta eta theta iota kappa lambda mu nu xi omicron pi rho sigma tau upsilon phi chi psi omega
Asked in English to Hebrew, Greek to English

What does the name Pauline mean in Hebrew?

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The name Pauline has no meaning in Hebrew. Only Hebrew names have meaning in Hebrew.
Asked in English to Greek, Greek to English

What does eine mean in greek?

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eine = είναι [eene] = is (like he/she/it is)
Asked in English to Greek, Prefixes Suffixes and Root Words, Greek to English

What is the Greek word for grandpa?

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Papou is the word we used for Greek Grandfather. It's pronounced "Pah-POOH"
Asked in Greek to English

What does 'o dromo stis kamilas' mean in English?

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It means "the road of the camel', because, as the saying goes, "The road of the camel is a straight path. It maintains a true course, deviating neither to left nor the right".
Asked in English to Latin, Greek to English

What is the translation for 'thrive' in Latin?

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I would guess it would be proficere, from which Eng. profit comes from via French, or you could say simply iuvare/juvare which means to "enjoy" (in its abstract sense, with an object). Best Latin word for 'thrive' is vigere.
Asked in Greek to English

What is the English translation of Kai ego s'agapo?

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Kai ego = me too 's agapo = i love you translation = i love you too
Asked in Ancient Greece, English to Greek, Greek to English

What does Di immortales mean in Ancient Greek?

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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!
Asked in English to Greek, Greek to English

What does kesi agapi mou mean in greek?

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και (ε)σύ αγάπη μου [ke (e)si agapi mu]: and you, my love
Asked in English to Greek, Greek to English

What does pedhaki mou means?

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It is written "Παιδάκι μου" and it is used as an expression such as "My little child" or it is used as we use the word "Sweetie" or "Honey" in English.