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God aften

Greek translation: Καλησπέρα

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Norwegian term or phrase:God aften
Greek translation:Καλησπέρα
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12:43 May 16, 2003
Norwegian to Greek translations [Non-PRO]
Norwegian term or phrase: God aften
Hilsener
Steinar Sveen
KALISPERA
Explanation:
In the Greek alphabet:

ΚΑΛΗΣΠΕΡΑ (upper-case)

Καλησπέρα (lower-case)

Steinar, please note that I do not speak Norwegian; I found the meaning of "God aften" online (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Forum/3850/europe.html) as the equivalent of "Good afternoon" in English.

If that is indeed the meaning of "God aften", then KALISPERA (ka-li-sp'e-ra) is the equivalent Greek greeting. KALISPERA means both "good afternoon" and "good evening": it is the greeting we use as "hello" after 12 (noon).

Hope I helped some...
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KALISPERA


Explanation:
In the Greek alphabet:

ΚΑΛΗΣΠΕΡΑ (upper-case)

Καλησπέρα (lower-case)

Steinar, please note that I do not speak Norwegian; I found the meaning of "God aften" online (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Forum/3850/europe.html) as the equivalent of "Good afternoon" in English.

If that is indeed the meaning of "God aften", then KALISPERA (ka-li-sp'e-ra) is the equivalent Greek greeting. KALISPERA means both "good afternoon" and "good evening": it is the greeting we use as "hello" after 12 (noon).

Hope I helped some...

xxxIno66
Native speaker of: Native in GreekGreek

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