pou eisai agorina mou? den pisteyo na koimasai?

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06:49 Aug 23, 2000
Greek to English translations [PRO]
Greek term or phrase: pou eisai agorina mou? den pisteyo na koimasai?
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5where are you my lad? i don't believe you are still sleeping
katerina sakka
na +1Where are you my son/boy? Don't tell me that you're sleeping?
Nike Vrettos
nawhere are you, my little boy? I can't believe you're asleep?
Anita Sullivan


  

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3 hrs peer agreement (net): +1
Where are you my son/boy? Don't tell me that you're sleeping?


Explanation:
Depending on the context
it could also be:
Where are you my lad? I hope you're not sleeping?

Nike Vrettos
United Kingdom
Local time: 01:50
Native speaker of: Native in GreekGreek, Native in EnglishEnglish

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where are you, my little boy? I can't believe you're asleep?


Explanation:
agorina is a version of "agoraki", which means "small boy"

Anita Sullivan
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642 days   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5
where are you my lad? i don't believe you are still sleeping


Explanation:
i think the term agorina its an affectionate term for a teenage boy/young man. Hence, i translate that, as <lad>, which in the British Language is a slang term for a young man.

katerina sakka
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