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Derm is a Greek word what does it mean?

This is often used as a prefix for 'skin'

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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!

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What does the greek word yeneka mean?

Woman

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The Greek root auto- means?

Self :]

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What is definition of Bio pathway?

It can be defined as followed. Biological pathway or way of life.

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What is the Greek word for wife?

there are many Greek words that are used to attempt to translate this word " wife" which would indicated a woman you are married to by LAW, the problem with the translations of these words woman and wife are the lack of information modern day scholars have to translate them , the other problem is the original authors use of these words are way more informative than the later translators could comprehend because of their lack of knowledge, in different languages some words can't be translated because they don't exist in the region, however the equivalent of the word would be used to describe a word such as " wife", the important thing to know about this word has to do with LAW and how God feels about it, without laws to govern relationships can you imagine the consequences, many of the different variations of a word that implies belonging to a woman have only been translated to mean either woman or wife, some right some wrong, however the original authors were being more descriptive although unknown at the time translated the meaning of these words, such as a woman not under law, a woman under law, a pregnant woman, a woman with a man not married by law and visa versa, the same goes for the word for man and husband lack definition but in reality God will judge them both the same, an adulterer is still an adulterer in God's eyes even if the two are not married in law, the law should be a christian choice if you want God's protection for the one you love, it's not commanded but it is respected more, a woman and a man should be under some type of law if they become sexually involved for many reasons, the greatest being if a child is involved, sexual unfaithfulness is still sexual unfaithfulness regardless if you are married by law or not, sexual unfaithfulness leads to all kinds of evils that can destroy not only your life but the life of the one you are involved with.

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What is 'Oi chusoi Dios aei enpiptousi' when translated from Greek to English?

how the gods

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Word and Phrase Origins
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What origin does yaya come from meaning grandmother?

Is a Greek word.

γιαγιά [yaya] = grandmother

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What does kesi agapi mou mean in greek?

My love

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Greek and Roman Mythologies
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What does the Greek mythology word flora means?

poop

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Athens
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Why is Athens plural?

The Greek singular is Athene (person of Athens) and the plural is Athenai -- so it is the city of the Athenians, or Athens.

The modern name of Athens (Αθήνα, Athína) is now singular in Greek, since the monotonic form of the Greek language was adopted in the 1970s.

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What does the greek word Mesa mean?

It means "in" or "inside".

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What does Kala mean in Greek?

good

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What is the greek word for skin?

Idj

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Athena (Minerva)
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What does Courtney mean in Greek?

Courtney is not a Greek name, and has no Greek equivalent. The name Courtney (or Courtenay) came to England with the Norman Conquest in 1066. Courtney has also been associated with the French nickname 'court nez' meaning short or snub-nosed.

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How do you say the word TONIGHT in Greek?

To Vrathi

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History, Politics & Society
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Thank you in Greek alphabet?

Thank you. That is a perfect answer. I can confirm this as Greek Orthodox person who is married to a Catholic; we understand that the English-spelled word "eucharist" is a transliteration of that Greek word that you have spelled in the Greek alphabet. It is a very meaningful and deep word, and points to the main purpose of both the Orthodox Divine Liturgy and the Catholic Mass which centers on The Eucharist. Here is found a fairly good definition of "transliteration": en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transliteration

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Names and Name Meanings
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What is the Greek word for devil?

διάβολος [diavolos]

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Logos

What is logos in literature?

The term "logos" in relation to literature refers to the logical organization of a persuasion or argument. Logos is accompanied by "ethos" (reputation) and "pathos" (feeling).

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What is latria mou means?

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Literature and Language
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What English word is made up from the names of two greek letters?

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Can the Greek word for path also mean circle in English?

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What Greek word starts with 'dom' and means 'house' in English?

δόμος (dómos) is an ancient Greek word whose Romanized spelling begins with "dom-" and whose English meaning is "house." The masculine singular second declension noun in question serves as the inspiration for the later Latin equivalent domus. The pronunciation will be "DO-mos" in ancient Greek and "THO-mos" in Aeginan Greek.

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What is 'demos' when translated from Greek to English?

"Commoner" and "district" are English equivalents of the Greek word dêmos. The Greek alphabet renders the ancient word δῆμος, with the meanings "common people," "country" and "land." The pronunciation will be "DEY-mos" in Aeginan Greek.

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What is something or a word that is ruled by the people that starts with demo?

Democratic or Democracy.

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