- Frae Wikipedia, the free beuk o knawledge Greek Sign Leid (Ελληνική νοηματική γλώσσα, Ellenika Normatikòn Glòussa, ΕΝΓ) is the sign leid uised in the Greece an is the first or preferred leid o deif fowk in the UE; There are 634,600 Deif adults in the UE who uise ENG plus an estimatit children.
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In Greekdocuments o roughly that time, the ceety is referred tae as Proilabumor Proilava, a Greek leid adaptation o its Slavicname, Brailov. In German leidsources, it is mentioned as Uebereyl. The oreegin an meanin o the name is unkent.
Argolis or the Argolid (Greek: Αργολίδα Argolída, [arɣoˈliða]; Ἀργολίς Argolís in auncient Greek an Katharevousa) is ane o the regional units o Greece. It is pairt o the region o Peloponnese. It is situatit in the eastren pairt o the Peloponnese peninsula.
Oct 06, 2019 · From Middle High German mitelīden, first used in mystic literature as a calque of Latin compassiō (“ compassion ”), itself a calque of Ancient Greek συμπάθεια (sumpátheia, “ compassion, sympathy ”). Analysable as mit (“ with ”) + Leid (“ sorrow, suffering ”). From Middle High German is borrowed Dutch medelijden ...
According to the Human Rights Watch, Yazidis were under the Arabisation process of Saddam Hussein between 1970 and 2003. In 2009, some Yazidis who had previously lived under the Arabisation process of Saddam Hussein complained about the political tactics of the Kurdistan Region that were intended to make Yazidis identify themselves as Kurds.
Elfen Lied (Japanese: エルフェンリート, Hepburn: Erufen Rīto) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Lynn Okamoto.It was originally serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump from June 2002 to August 2005, with the 107 chapters collected into twelve tankōbon volumes.
The Didact is the self-produced debut album by Swedish progressive metal band, Means End, released in 2013.The album name "The Didact" derives from the Ancient Greek word, "didaktikós", meaning to instruct or be taught.
Orthography. As of 2014, there is no official standard orthography for modern Scots, but most words have generally accepted spellings. During the 15th and 16th centuries, when Scots was a state language, the Makars had a loose spelling system separate from that of English.