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How do you say storm in ancient Greek?
There are several words meaning beautiful. My favorite is Kalos (καλός). (Just because,) Beautiful = Youthful, the upright translation of "Beautiful" is ΕΦΗΒΟΣ (pr…onounced: Aephibos) (= the one being in his premium adult age / being in its youth).
βασίλεια (basileia) is the most common word in the ancient literature.
There isn't a(n ancient) Greek word for holiday because the concept wasnt there. If I am not mistaken it started in Renaissance. In modern Greek its διακοπές (diakopes…) from the word (n.) διακοπή (diakopi) meaning to stop. It means (among others) to stop what you are doing and do something else. δια-κοπη δια (dia- to divide, usually in half) and κοπη (kopi, meaning cut , also τομή (tomi) you can find it in atom, tomography etc). Too much information.
tis estin houtos pios ine aftos(modern) tis estin haute tis estin anir(man)tis estin gini(woman) Pios einai (pee-OHS EE-nay) in Modern Greek
Poseidon was. Poseidon was the greek god of the seas.
ἀπόλλυμι or ἀπολλύω
It is the same as how we say it in English: Jack. It is not spelt with a capital though, unless it is on it's own. Use a capital after a - or another word. Only use a capital …if there is a space before it. :) :D ;) ;D
I don't believe it's any different than modern Greek. In modern Greek eight is οχτώ (ohto "o" like e.g. "ordinary", h like "harmony" and "to" like "total"). I'm not sure… how else to explain the pronunciation for you. Hope that helps.