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* {{term|ἴκτερος||jaundice|lang=grc}}
* {{term|ἴκτερος||jaundice|lang=grc}}
* {{term|ἶλιγξ||whirling”, “whirlpool|lang=grc}}, whence the English {{term|ilinx|lang=en}}
* {{term|ἶλιγξ||whirling”, “whirlpool|lang=grc}}, whence the English {{term|ilinx|lang=en}}
* {{term|ἰύζω||I shout or yell|lang=grc}}, whence {{term|ἴυγξ|lang=grc}}
* {{term|ιὔζω||I shout or yell|lang=grc}}, whence {{term|ἴυγξ|lang=grc}}
==κ, Κ==
==κ, Κ==
* {{term|κακόθυμος|κᾰκόθῡμος|tr=kakothūmos|ill-disposed|lang=grc}} > {{term|κακοθυμία|κᾰκοθῡμίᾱ|tr=kakothūmiā|malevolence|lang=grc}}
* {{term|κακόθυμος|κᾰκόθῡμος|ill-disposed|lang=grc}} > {{term|κακοθυμία|κᾰκοθῡμίᾱ|malevolence|lang=grc}}
* {{l|grc|καλοκάγαθος}} = gentleman, nobleman
* {{l|grc|καλοκάγαθος}} = gentleman, nobleman
* {{m|grc|κάλυξ||cup, goblet}}
* {{m|grc|κάλυξ||cup, goblet}}
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* {{term|μεγαίρω|lang=grc}}
* {{term|μεγαίρω|lang=grc}}
* {{l|grc|μεγαλοψυχία}} = greatness of soul, magnanimity
* {{l|grc|μεγαλοψυχία}} = greatness of soul, magnanimity
* {{term|μεγαλόψυχος|μεγᾰλόψῡχος|tr=megalopsūkhos|great-souled man”, “magnanimous one|lang=grc}} > English {{term|megalopsychos|lang=en}}
* {{term|μεγαλόψυχος|μεγᾰλόψῡχος|great-souled man”, “magnanimous one|lang=grc}} > English {{term|megalopsychos|lang=en}}
* {{l|grc|μέγεθος}} = greatness
* {{l|grc|μέγεθος}} = greatness
* {{m|grc|μείωσις}} = some kind of rhetorical figure? Cf. the Latin {{m|la|extenuātiō}}.
* {{m|grc|μείωσις}} = some kind of rhetorical figure? Cf. the Latin {{m|la|extenuātiō}}.

Revision as of 04:29, 16 July 2015

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(If you don't know the exact word, but know its descendant or Romanization, add it here.)

α, Α

β, Β

γ, Γ

δ, Δ

ε, Ε

ϝ, Ϝ

ζ, Ζ

η, Η

θ, Θ

ι, Ι

κ, Κ

λ, Λ

μ, Μ

ν, Ν

ξ, Ξ

ο, Ο

π, Π

ρ, Ρ

σ, Σ

τ, Τ

υ, Υ

φ, Φ

  • φαλακρός (phalakrós) — Has Modern Greek; needs Ancient Greek.
  • Φαρισαϊκός (Pharisaïkós, Pharisaic), from Lua error in Module:compound/templates at line 63: The |lang= parameter is not used by this template. Place the language code in parameter 1 instead..
  • φαύλας (phaúlas) in the phrase "φαύλας ἐπιθυμίας" (= "bad desires"?)
  • φεύγειν (pheúgein) in the phrase "φεύγειν παρασείσαντι"
  • φιλανθρωπία (philanthrōpía) = altruism? — Blue-linked because of a Modern Greek entry.
  • φολιδοῦσθαι (pholidoûsthai) — From φολίς (pholís). What's the lemma?
  • φοῦρνος (phoûrnos)
  • φωτεινός (phōteinós, shining”, “bright”; metaphorically “clear”, “distinct) — Blue-linked because of a Modern Greek entry for a word with that spelling, which is probably a descendant of this Ancient Greek term.
  • Φωτεινός (Phōteinós), a male proper name, whence the Latin Phōtīnus.

χ, Χ

  • Χάζαροι (Kházaroi, Khazars) — Byzantine Greek
  • χαῦνος (khaûnos) = vain
  • χρίω (khríō, I smear Lua error in Module:qualifier at line 65: The parameter "lang" is not used by this template. rub with”, “I coat) — Has Modern Greek; needs Ancient Greek.

ψ, Ψ

ω, Ω