Monthly Archives: April 2008
The word of the day is… δικαιοσύνη, δικαιοσύνης, ἡ Classical Greek, dikaiosunē, dikaiosunēs, hē, 1. justice, righteousness.
Kim gave me the night off, so I stopped at Lao Hu Cheng before heading home. I had the beef stir fry with szechuan vegetables, which I have had before. It’s always good! I had the Jasmine tea, which, I … Continue reading
The word of the day is… νομίζω, νομιῶ, ἐνόμισα, νενόμικα, νενόμισμαι, ἐνομίσθην Classical Greek, nomizō, nomiō, enomisa, nenomika, nenomismai, enomisthēn, 1. to consider or think, to believe. The second-person plural, aorist active subjunctive (in the negative) of this verb starts the … Continue reading
I admit, I’ve been frustrated before, with a long day at work and a cluttered homecoming. Not today, but as I look at the room around me, I imagine. Small couch-pillows lie askew on the ground and propped up against the … Continue reading
The word of the day is… βλάπτω, βλάψω, ἔβλαπψα, βέβλαφα, βέβλαμμαι, ἐβλάβην/ἐβλάφθην Classical Greek, blaptō, blapsō, eblapsa, beblapha, beblammai, eblabēn/eblaphthēn, 1. to hurt or harm