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English term or phrase:dear
Greek translation:aghapitos
Entered by: John Kinory
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20:51 Jan 8, 2002
English to Greek translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: dear
Dear Mary
Hey, whats up? i miss you. so how about you come to new york? i mean it come for easter, itll be awsome ill take you all around manhattan island! come on. picture us, two gorgeous cousins strutting our stuff through the big apple. Ask your parents. anyway, I was thinking about that and i thought I would write. I'm at work again, bored out of my mind. It was either write to you or study chemstry. so, don't you feel lucky? next semester I'm taking the second part to all the courses I told you about except Calculus. This semester I'll be taking Chemistry instead of math. crazy. anyway. what else is new?
aghapitos
Explanation:
aghape is one of the three words in Greek that mean love.

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Note added at 2002-01-09 02:00:21 (GMT)
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This is love between people, but like brotherly or sisterly or Christian love.
The other 2 are:
eros (erotic love, of course)
philos (as in philosophy - love of wisdom)
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aghapitos


Explanation:
aghape is one of the three words in Greek that mean love.

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 2002-01-09 02:00:21 (GMT)
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This is love between people, but like brotherly or sisterly or Christian love.
The other 2 are:
eros (erotic love, of course)
philos (as in philosophy - love of wisdom)


    Puffin Greek phrase book, Collins English dictionary
John Kinory
Local time: 03:11
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