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ENGLISH WORDS OF NO APPARENT GREEK ORIGIN (MEROS ID)

(CONTINUED FROM  26/11/12) Α)Ι ΝΟΣΤΡΙ ΔΙΑΛΕΤΤΙ ΣΟΝΟ ΙΝ ΣΚΡΙΤΤΙ ΚΙ ΟΥΖΑΝΟ ΛΕΤΤΕΡΙ ΔΙ ΑΛΦΑΒΕΤΙ  ΧΑΛΚΙΔΙΤΣΙ,   ΙΟΝΙΤΣΙ Ε ΚΙΡΙΛΙΤΣΙ Β)DEN  PROSPATHOUME NA  APODEIKSOUME OTI TA PANTA PROERCHONTAI APO TOYS HELLEENAS ALLA NA TONISOUME,OTI SCHEDON OLA TA LEKSIKA STAMATOUN STEEN GALLIKEEN EE … Continue reading

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DORIC HELLENIC DIALECT

Doric dialect, also called West Greek,  a dialect of Ancient Greek that in Mycenaean times was spoken by seminomadic Greeks living around the Pindus Mountains. After the Dorian migrations near the end of the 2nd millennium bc, Doric-speaking Greeks were found … Continue reading

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HELLENIC ANCIENT DIALECTS – PROTO G(R)AI(E)AK / MEROS Z

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  17/07/13 )   (TO BE CONTINUED) R.S.P. BEEKES third version jan. 2007(second version, November 2003)To the memory of Edzard Johan Furnee SOURCE  http://www.ieed.nl

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ENGLISH WORDS OF NO APPARENT GREEK ORIGIN (MEROS IC)

(CONTINUED FROM  26/11/12) Α)Ι ΝΟΣΤΡΙ ΔΙΑΛΕΤΤΙ ΣΟΝΟ ΙΝ ΣΚΡΙΤΤΙ ΚΙ ΟΥΖΑΝΟ ΛΕΤΤΕΡΙ ΔΙ ΑΛΦΑΒΕΤΙ  ΧΑΛΚΙΔΙΤΣΙ,   ΙΟΝΙΤΣΙ Ε ΚΙΡΙΛΙΤΣΙ Β)DEN  PROSPATHOUME NA  APODEIKSOUME OTI TA PANTA PROERCHONTAI APO TOYS HELLEENAS ALLA NA TONISOUME,OTI SCHEDON OLA TA LEKSIKA STAMATOUN STEEN GALLIKEEN EE … Continue reading

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HELLENIC ANCIENT DIALECTS – PROTO G(R)AI(E)AK / MEROS CT

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  01/12/12 ) The Material The examples are mostly taken from Furnee, to whom I refer for details. Words can also be  checked in GED. In brackets variants are given. I added geographical names (GN) from Fick,Vorgr. Ortsnamen … Continue reading

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TO ALPHABETON EK GEOORGIAS

The Georgian Alphabet The Georgian alphabet known as mxedruH (from mxedari ‘warrior’) is used for writing  the Modem Georgian literary language. It contains 33 characters and is written  from left to right with a space between words and a punctuation … Continue reading

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HELLENIC ANCIENT DIALECTS – PROTO G(R)AI(E)AK / MEROS E

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  26/5/12 ) (TO BE CONTINUED) R.S.P. BEEKES third version jan. 2007(second version, November 2003)To the memory of Edzard Johan Furnee SOURCE  http://www.ieed.nl

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