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17:26 May 21, 2001
English to Greek translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Dear
The starting of a letter

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naΑγαπητέ - ΑγαπητήBarbara Economidou
naAgapite (mou) / Agapiti (mou)Lenio
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Agapitos mou/agapiti mou

If the person is male, address him as:

"Agapitos mou [name]"

If female, use:

"Agapiti mou [name]"

Pronunciation: (capitalized syllables carry the stress)

agapitOS mou (pronounced "moo")

agapitI mou

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Agapite (mou) / Agapiti (mou)

It may be used both when addressing a close friend or when writing to someone we do not know that well.

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Αγαπητέ - Αγαπητή

eg. Αγαπητέ κ. Χ (Dear Mr. X),
Αγαπητή κα Χ. (Dear Ms X.)

For someone who is a beloved person you could say:

Αγαπημένε μου [and a male name]
or Αγαπημένη μου [and a female name]

Barbara Economidou
Local time: 15:43
Native speaker of: Native in GreekGreek
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