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What is the greek word for trust?

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

"Seal" in English is φώκια (foh-kee-ah) as the aquatic mammal and σφραγίδα (sfra-yee-tha) as the stamp in Greek.

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What is the word atom Greek for?

indivisible :D

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Moro Mou eise spoudeos meaning in English please?

baby you are great

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What is the Latin translation for 'legal'?

Jurídica

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What is 'pou einai afto' in English?

Translated from the Gree, it means, "who is that".

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What is the greek word for skin?

Idj

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What is gourmet by Greek?

Its γαστριμαργία (gastrimargia).

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What does the greek words tro salata mean?

troo salata = τρώω σαλάτα = I eat salad

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What Greek word starts with upsilon?

one is υπουργείο, it means ministry

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What is the 17th letter of greek alphabet?

rho

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Where did the word 'logo' originate?

The English word logo (circa 1937) is a short form of logogram (circa 1840), from the Greek word logos, meaning "word" + gram, meaning "what is written".

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Greek Language and Culture

Does Ya Ya mean grandmother?

YaYa is a first name, I believe that it originates from Brazil.

It's not from Brazil

I'm Brazilian and I don't know what's Ya Ya

Edit- Ya Ya is not Portuguese, it is Greek for Grandmother.

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What is the greek word for 'volunteer'?

Εθελοντής

ethelodis

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What is a Greek word for birth?

γεννήσεως (geniseos)

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What is the Greek word for power?

Both Dunamis and Kratos mean power.

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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 find Latin translations?

Here is a great website

http://www.freedict.com/onldict/lat.html

another great place would be the library

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What does the Greek phrase Poutsa Mou mean?

Sorry, but it is a slang word, literally meaning "my d i c k"

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Organic Chemistry
Atoms and Atomic Structure
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What does atoms mean in greek?

a = un, tom = cut: atom = uncuttable

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Greek words demos and kratis together mean?

I had this question on homework 1 for my online political science class.

The textbook said demos means the people and kratis means to rule. The question was multiple choice and I decided this answer was correct. The people rule. It was the one that made the most sense anyways. Hope that helped.

It means rule by the people this is where the word Democracy comes from eventually

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What does Ayto to kalokairi tha ginei XAMOS mean in English?

This summer will be a BLAST.

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How do you say rescued in other languages?

rescued is "secouru" in French

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What does the greek frase na'sai kala mean?

It means that the man who you're talking with, thanks you and wishes you to be well (and healthy). (And it is written "Να 'σαι καλά!" in Greek)

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Greek word thespoinis mean?

Miss (as in unmarried lady)

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