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Alexandra B. Swanson

Greek (Ancient) translation: Alexandra = ÁëåîÜíäñá

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English term or phrase:Alexandra B. Swanson
Greek (Ancient) translation:Alexandra = ÁëåîÜíäñá
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02:13 Mar 19, 2002
English to Greek (Ancient) translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Alexandra B. Swanson
Looking for my name in ancient greek for a 6th grade project.
Alexandra B. Swanson
Alexandra = ÁëåîÜíäñá
Explanation:
Your name is the same in Ancient or in Modern Greek. Generally names do not change. They are the same. Regarding your last name there is not any translation in Greek. Of course if you want to write it in Greek letters it goes: ÓïõÜíóïí (Souanson).
I hope this helps.
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Alexandra = ÁëåîÜíäñá


Explanation:
Your name is the same in Ancient or in Modern Greek. Generally names do not change. They are the same. Regarding your last name there is not any translation in Greek. Of course if you want to write it in Greek letters it goes: ÓïõÜíóïí (Souanson).
I hope this helps.

Joanna5

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Margaret Lagoyianni: ÁëÝîáíäñïò is the masculine form
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agree  Calliope76
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agree  Eldim13
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