Saturday, 28 July 2012

HOW THE GREEK LANGUAGE FERTILIZED THE LANGUAGES OF THE WORLD

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ΔΗΜΟΚΡΑΤΗΣ said...

Music, Museum: Greek word from the Muses goddesses of arts and science!

Anonymous said...

catastrophe, from καταστροφή

disaster, from δυσάστερον - δύσαστρον= δυς + αστήρ meaning bad star = catastrophe

star, from αστήρ

street, from the homeric word στράτα (latin:strada)

Scotland, from σκότος + λάνδη meaning dark land

and thousands more....

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Anonymous said...

The classical Latin alphabet or Roman alphabet evolved from a western variety of the Greek alphabet called the Cumaean alphabet, which was adopted and modified by the Etruscans who ruled early Rome. The Etruscan alphabet was in turn adopted and further modified by the ancient Romans to write the Latin language.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_alphabet#Archaic_Latin_alphabet

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