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The word yna [ya] comes from uyda [ighia] (health) and the expression actually means health to you! There are three other meanings of this expression: goodbye - when leaving, bless you - when sneezing and cheers! - when drinking. ) KaA6 an:6y£UJ1« [kal6 ap6ghevma] (have a nice afternoon), KaAl)cntipa [kalispera] Unlt1 Hll 5 (good evening), KaAO (Jpa6u [kal6 vraTHi] (have a nice evening)'i and KaATJVUXt« [kalinfhta] (good night). lipa stands for bot~. good morning and good day in English. j In formal greetings you may hear xa(pnt: [herete] (hello) and in1 certain regions the repeated form xa(pt:TE!
3 The definite article 'The' (the definite article) has more than one translation in Greek. There are three forms of definite article: o for masculine nouns, TJ for feminine nouns, and TO for neuter nouns. All nouns will appear in the vocabulary boxes with the appropriate definite article. 6c; (m) 11 n6A'1 (f) TO jlEpoc; (n) the Italian (m) the city (f) the place (n) Greek definite articles are also used with proper nouns (words which have a capital letter), so that Mary is TJ Ma(plJ in Greek, rather than simply Ma(plJ.
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