Greek to English Dictionary

α
αἰδοῖον, αἰδοίου, τό sexual organ
αἰσχύνομαι, αἰσχυνοῦμαι, -, -, ᾔσχυμμαι, ᾐσχύνθην to be ashamed, to feel shame before
ἀριθμός, ἀριθμοῦ, ὁ number
ἄφρων, ἄφρον senseless, foolish
β
βάρβαρος, βάρβαρον foreign, non-Greek
γ
δ
δάκτυλος, δακτύλου, ὁ finger
δέχομαι, δέξομαι, ἐδεξάμην, -, δέδεγμαι, – 1. receive 2. welcome
δηλόω, δηλώσω, ἐδήλωσα, δεδήλωκα, δεδήλωμαι, ἐδηλώθην make clear, show
δουλεύω, δουλεύσω, ἐδούλευσα, δεδούλευκα, -, – to be a slave. This verb governs a dative to state the possessor.
ε
ἑκατόν one hundred
ἐμός, ἐμή, ἐμόν my
ἔπαινος, ἐπαίνου, ὁ praise
ἔτνος, ἔτνους, τό a thick pea or bean soup
εὐγενής, εὐγενές well-born, noble
ζ
ζωγράφος, ζωγράφου, ὁ painter
η
θ
ι
κ
καίτοι and yet, furthermore
κάλλιστος, καλλίστη, κάλλιστον best, most beautiful
λ
μ
μανικός, μανική, μανικόν mad
μάχη, μάχης, ἡ battle
μέσος, μέση, μέσον 1. attributive position, middle 2. before the article, (the) middle of (the noun)
ν
ξ
ξίφος, ξίφους, τό sword
ο
οἷα particle used with causal participles, identifying the cause is asserted by the speaker rather than some other party.
π
παράκαιρος, παράκαιρον ill-timed
πρᾶξις, πράξεως, ἡ 1. action, act, business. 2. result
ρ
σ
σταλαγμός, σταλαγμοῦ, ὁ drop
στρατός, στρατοῦ, ὁ army
σύλλογος, συλλόγου, ὁ assembly, meeting
σύν “with”, indicating manner and accompaniment.
σφοδρότης, σφοδρότητος vehemence
τ
τίθημι, θήσω, ἔθηκα, τέθηκα, τέθειμαι, ἐτέθην to put
τόπος, τόπου, ὁ place
τότε then…
τρύβλιον, τρυβλίου, τό bowl, cup
τυφλός, τυφλή, τυφλόν blind
υ
φ
φήμι, φήσω, ἔφησα, -, -, – say, affirm, assert
φθόνος, φθόνου, ὁ spite, envy, jealousy
χ
χειμών, χειμῶνος, ὁ 1. winter 2. storm
χρυσός, χρυσοῦ, ὁ gold
χωρίς governs a genitive, without
ψ
ω
interjection used with vocative nouns
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