05/01/19

Cat- and dog-lovers in Modern Greek

Hello, Today's word at wordsmith.org is **ailurophile**: >MEANING: >noun: One who loves cats. >ETYMOLOGY: >From Greek ailuro- (cat) + -phile (lover). More common, of... more

04/15/19

Please help with understanding 'έστω'

I know vaguely what it means, somehow 'even' or 'at least' but I would appreciate some examples of different usages of the word, so that I can start using it by myself. Also when do I use έστω... more

04/15/19

Basic verb question

The sentence in question: Αύριο μπορεί να πάω σινεμά. I would expect to see either "μπορώ να πάω" (I can go) or "μπορεί να πάει" (he can go), where in both instances the verbs agree in person... more

07/30/14

what gem did Pluto not have control of Greek mythology

Greek mythology Pluto did not have control of what gem

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