How do you greet someone in Greek?

The common verbal greeting in Greece is “Yassas” (Hello) or the more informal “Yiasoo”. Address people by their appropriate title, e.g. ‘Keerios’ (Mr) for men and ‘Keeria’ (Mrs) for women.

What does Yassou mean in Greek?

Along with kalimera, you’ve probably heard the residents of Greece saying “yassou” during your travels. Greeks often greet one another with the friendly and casual phrase. … It is the Greek equivalent of saying hi or hey and shouldn’t be used in formal settings.

How do you say hello in Greek phonetically?

How do you say hello and goodbye Greek?

What is the meaning of kalimera in Greek?

good morning
Start your day off right with the morning greeting kalimera, meaning good morning. The same word structure applies throughout the day, so just switch to kalispera (good afternoon) and kalinixta (good night) as time passes. For a more informal greeting, try yasas (hello) or yasou (hi).

What does Levendi MOU mean in Greek?

In contemporary Greek, “levendis” means a handsome and gallant male.

How do you say thanks in Greek?

What is your name in Greek?

Pos se le-ne?” What’s your name? Πως σε λένε? “Pos se le-ne?”

How do I say have a nice day in Greek?

Across cutlures, lexical tautology is rare, it is semantic & communicative equivalents that we can hope for.

Greek translation: Γεια! / Γεια και χαρά! / Να περνάς καλά!
English term or phrase: Have a nice day!
Greek translation: Γεια! / Γεια και χαρά! / Να περνάς καλά!
Entered by: Ino66 (X)
Jan 24, 2003