DOI:​10.4324/9781315610580-20
Corpus ID: 196181097
‘Greeklish’: Transliteration Practice and Discourse in the Context of Computer-Mediated Digraphia
Jannis K. Androutsopoulos
Published 2016
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‘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… Expand
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