the femenine version for the word greek. ex: la sociedad griega - the greek society
Griega is not an Italian word. It is a Spanish word, the feminized version of the word greek. The masculine version is griego. In Italian: griega is greca and griego is greco.
I think you mean to say "i griega" which in English is "greek letter i" AKA the letter "Y"
Actually, the letter y is pronounced i griega in the spanish language
R ( Ere) , Y (i griega ), A ( a ), N ( ene)
Soy griego/a (I am greek) Use griega if you are a female
"I" is just the letter of the alphabet. "Y" by itself means "and". They sound the same in Spanish, an "ee" sound. "Y" is called "y griega", or "the greek I". "I" is sometimes referred to as "I latina", or "the latin I". I'm very sure he meant what the singular personal pronoun "I", like in the phrase "I like pizza". The Spanish word for "I" is "yo".
de, u, eme, eme, i griega
There are 5 vowels Possibly 6, if you include 'y' (y griega)
Do you mean "near-by"? that is "Está cerca." Do you mean "nearly?" that is "Es casi" or "está casi." If you really mean "near y", that is "está cerca de la i griega." Hmmm.......
There's no such letter in English. ANSWER: I griega is the Spanish word for the letter "Y".