What does Moro mean in Greek?

In Greek mythology, Moros /ˈmɔːrɒs/ or Morus /ˈmɔːrəs/ (Ancient Greek: Μόρος means ‘doom, fate’) is the ‘hateful’ personified spirit of impending doom, who drives mortals to their deadly fate. It was also said that Moros gave people the ability to foresee their death. His Roman equivalent was Fatum.

What do Greeks say to babies?

(kalotiho) This is a simple adjective Greek people use as a wish for a newborn baby. It basically implies the phrase “may they have good luck” but the wish most people use is this one word, Kalotiho!

What is a Greek word for child?

Teknon in Greek means a young person from birth to adolescence and is glossed as ‘child’ or ‘children’ in the plural.

What does Gula mean in Greek?

Esophagus comes from the Greek whereas gullet is a diminutive of the Latin gula meaning throat. The idea was that the esophagus, being narrower than the throat, was the little throat.

What is Papu Greek?

The most commonly used Greek term for grandfather is pappous. This is, of course, a phonetic or Americanized spelling since the Greek language uses a different alphabet. You may also see it rendered as pappoo, papu, or papou. A more affectionate term is pappouli.

What does Kis mean in Greek?

-kis-, from the Greek word, κις, meaning “times”, forming a Greek multiple numerical prefix.