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Ester
Ester
What do the hats mean on your heads?
10 years ago.
Demetrius Chryssikos has replied to Ester
An old obligation of our school (lyceum) in Greece to carry hats for the boys
and blue uniform for the girls.... (old fasions and habits!)
10 years ago.
Nada
Nada
nice memories
10 years ago.
Demetrius Chryssikos has replied to Nada
THX Nada !!
10 years ago.
Janina
Janina
Was werden die Mädchen gedacht haben, wenn sie so eine "Delegation" gesehen haben?
10 years ago.
Janina
Janina
Der Name Kritikos fällt mir auf. Hat er eine Bedeutung?
10 years ago.
Demetrius Chryssikos has replied to Janina
Kritikos means a person is coming from Creta.
10 years ago.
Janina has replied to Demetrius Chryssikos
I thougt, it might mean: a critical person. So life can be - thanks, Demetrius
10 years ago.
Demetrius Chryssikos has replied to Janina
The term critique derives from the Greek term kritik, meaning "discerning judgment",
usually of the value of something.
The greek language is rich, you can have more than one meaning in a word.
The word critic comes from the Greek κριτικός, kritikós - one who discerns, which itself arises from the Ancient Greek word κριτής, krités, meaning a person who offers reasoned judgment or analysis, value judgment, interpretation, or observation.
10 years ago.
Janina has replied to Demetrius Chryssikos
Once again, thousand thanks- nicht umsonst hat die griechische Sprache sich über Jahrtausende gehalten und weiterentwickelt!!
10 years ago.