I study Ancient Greek at school and I love it (even if it can be very difficult!), so I want to show you some of the most beautiful and interesting words.

ἐλευθερία (eleutheria)

It means "freedom". The verb ἐλεύσομαι (eleusomai) is the future of "to go". These 2 words are both formed from ἐλεύθ- . Cool, isn't it? According to them to be free meant to go. Maybe we should always go , to that person or to that place, to feel free...

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εὐδαιμονία (eudaimonia)

It's the Greek for happiness. It is formed by εὐ= good and δαιμονων= demon (not something negative, but a sort of guide). So, we can find happiness thanks to an interior and benevolent demon that guides us.

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διαφερω (diáfero)

It's a verb and it means being different and being superior at the same time. A coincidence? Oh, Greeks.

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ψιθύρισμα (psuthúpisma)

The sound of the wind through trees. Sounds so romantic.

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φάρμακον (fármakon)

It can mean antidote or poison. (A problem when it comes to translate ahaha)

Συνοράω (sunorao)

To hug with the eyes.

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