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‘Greeklish’: Transliteration Practice and Discourse in the Context of Computer-Mediated Digraphia
‘Greeklish’ or Latin-alphabet Greek – that is, the representation of the Greek language with the Latin script – has been a feature of the Greek-speaking internet from the start.1 ‘Greeklish’ became…
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THE PLACE OF ENGLISH IN GERMANIC AND INDO-EUROPEAN
Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, Germanic, Celtic and a few other languages stem from a common proto-language, which is usually t...
A brief outline of the development of medical English.
English medical terminology developed from medieval Latin terminology, which had absorbed a developed Greek terminology....
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