Ring C: 8/11: Mesogeoika

Carlos Perez
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Aπoκyniγeβánτo λon Doλóρon λoς Enβéρnoς. En λom πλuς яaλsom Menσom λoς Ánnoς θe κaμμinéngo λo Muчáчo πoρ λon Σκoπón κue θe eπiθyμéngo φθanánτo κuéλλon μaκρinón Τóπon. Ad κuéλλom Τóπom θe πeρiμenángo na πρendángo λon Κáρρon ad λem Σχoλíem. Λo Κáτo θe haβángo κaθiζánτon λon gρándon naρángon Κáτon sur Σπáλaθ λoς Muчáчoς. Μéχρi κuéλλom Hóρam, σκoπeφτiκaμénτa, θe eκuiλiπρéngo λan Бeστían λo Muчáчo, θe enτρiμéngo, φeλícьo λen Σχoλíen.

¡Ei! Aπréς κuéλλan Hóρan, θe aττaκagéngo aργaμénτa aπyρánτon. Θe βidéngo λon Κáρρon κonτá λom. Φэλáiχτ θa φaκéngo δýσκoλo πoρ λan Бeστían, na τoκκьéngo λon Múρon λoς Kíπος, κue θe eσσéngo eμπρóς éλλom aλλá θe βidéngo λan Яáλse e θe яrэχéngo en λam Цánτa λoς Muчáчoς.

Πoρ κuéλλon Μóτiβon θe eπiθyμéngo na κρyβéngo e na anaκuφiζéngo, λo Κáρρo θe aρρiβéngo.

¡Ei! Κuéλλo Cóρno θu eσσéngo únar Бeστíar θa eσσengo πoρ únon Κáτon.

Smooth Translation

Chasing away the pain of winter

In the coldest month of the year he walked for the purpose that he desired, reaching that far place. At that place he was waiting to take the carriage to school. The cat had sat on the shoulders of the boy. By that time, he skillfully balanced the beast, and the boy went to school happy.

Hey! After that time, he attached slow, scaring. He saw the carriage near him. He might make it difficult for the beast to touch the wall of the garden, in front of him but saw the cold and crawled into the boy’s bag. For this reason, he desired to hide and to comfort, the carriage arrived.

Hey! This day will be the day a beast is for a cat.


Influence the way κ and g are pronounced.
ъ-strong sign
ь-soft sign


Inflecting Language
Morphological rich language
Word Order
    Adjective +noun
    Sentence structure very flexible.

θ- indicative mood, n- subjunctive mood
a-present tense, e-past tense, u-future tense
-a-continuous aspect
-e-simple aspect

-ngo –third person singular

Substantives (nouns, adj, pron, etc)
-o- masculine
-a- feminine
-e- neuter

-/ nominative singular
-n accusative singular
-m dative singular
-r predicative singular
-θ nominative plural


Uninflected form (verbs in infinitive form,
adjective/pronouns etc masculine/nominative/singular)
Ei(interj)  hey
ad(datprep) at etc
anaκuφiζáre(vti+acc) comfort
Ánno(mn)    year
aλλá(conj)    but
aπoκyniγeβáre-chase away
aπréς(adv)    after
aπyρáre(vt+acc)   scare
aργó(adj) slow
aρρiβáre(vi) arrive
aττaκagьáre(vi)    attack
Cóρno(mn)  day
Doλóρo(mn)    pain
e(conj) and
en(datprep) in
Enβéρno(mn)   winter
enτρiμáre(vti+acc)   enter
eκuiλiπρáre(vti+acc)    balance
éλλo(pron)    strong third person pronouns
eμπρóς(adv) in front of
eπiθyμáre(vt+acc)    desire
eσσáre(vb+pred)   be
gρándo(adj)    great
haβáre(vb) have
Hóρa(fn)   time
Kíπο(mn)  garden
Ménσo(mn)  month
Múρo(mn)   wall
Muчáчo(mn)  boy
na  look at verb section
naρángo(adj)   orange
sur(datprep)    on
úno one, a(n)
βidáre(vti+acc)    see
δýσκoλo(adj)    difficult
θa look at verb section
κaθiζáre(vi) sit
κaμμináre(vi)    walk
Κáρρo(mn)    carriage
Κáτo(mn)  cat
κonτá(adv)    close
κuéλλo(demon)    that
κue(conj)  that
λo(article)    the
λo(pron)   weak third person pronouns
μaκρinó(adj) distant
μéχρi(adv)   until
Μóτiβo(mn)   reason
πeρiμenáre(vt+acc)   wait
πoρ(accprep)  for
πλuς(adv)    (comparative of adj) more
πρendáre(vt+acc)  take
σκoπeφτiκó(adj)   skillful
Σκoπó(mn)    purpose
Σπáλλa(fm)  shoulder
Σχoλíe(nt)   school
τoκκáre(vt+acc)  touch
Τóπo(mn)  place
φaκьáre(vb) make
φeλícьo(adj)    happy
φθanáre(vt+acc)   reach
φэλáiχτ(adv)  perhaps
Бeστía(fn)  beast
Цánτa(fn)    bag
Яáλse(nt)    cold
яaλso(adj)   cold
яrэχéngo(vi)   crawl


acc accusative
accprep accusative preposition
adj adjective
adv adverb
conj conjugation
demon demonstrative pronoun
interj interjection
datprep dative preposition
fn feminine noun
mn masculine noun
nt neuter noun
pred predicative case
pron pronoun
vb verb
vi intransitive verb
vt transitive verb
vti verb transitive/intransitive


-ant- present participle, active voice
-at- past participle, active voice (agree with direct object in case, number and gender)

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March 20th, 2006
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