Στήλη 'Ταξιδιάρικες Λέξεις(English and Greek)'

galaxy/γαλαξίας

Across The Universe – John Lennon, Paul McCartney. The Beatles. (Let It Be) (Cover By Andrew Ryan) By Lefteris-Euclides Stefanou […]

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pirates

By Despoina Avgoustie Perhaps one of the most exciting words in both Greek and English is the word “pirate“. Books […]

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geography

By Nick Fragos Geography is the science that constitutes a “bridge“ between natural and human environment. It is basically the […]

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it takes all sorts to make the…Kosmos!

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climate change

By Panagiotis Kalozoumis The word “climate“ comes from the Greek word ‘κλίμα’. Ancient Greeks used this term to describe the […]

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The Gifts of Foes Are No Gifts

By Alikie Marouga «Beware of the Greeks bearing gifts»  is the English translation of the Greek phrase «φοβοῦ τούς Δαναούς […]

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psychology : ψυχολογία

By Evie Ginie “Psychology“ comes from the Greek synthetics “psyche” and “logos”. The word “psyche” in ancient Greek means “spirit, […]

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all is well that ends well:τέλος καλό,όλα καλά!

by Evie Ginis he Greek proverb ‘τέλος καλό όλα καλά’ comes from the corresponding English ‘all is well that ends […]

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don’t count your chickens…

by Evelina Drouga The English saying ‘don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched’ expresses the popular view on how unfortunate […]

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christmas cards (or…how a star is born!)

by Hellianna Pappamichalis   hristmas cards: two English words with Greek origin. The word “Christmas” comes from the Greek word […]

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