Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a soup or sauce made from chicken stock, lemon juice and egg yolks. Pl. AVGOLEMONOS.
|bazouki bousouki bouzouki buzuki
|a Greek long-necked lute with 3 or 4 double courses of metal strings.
|an aubergine-coloured Greek olive.
|a woman trained to give support after childbirth.
|political union, esp. that proposed between Greece and Cyprus. Pl. ENOSES or ENOSISES.
|a soldier in an elite Greek infantry regiment.
|a kind of cheese.
|a hand-woven Greek rug.
|a Greek meal of goat's cheese.
|a traditional Greek salad > HORIATIKIS.
|a tall cylindrical hat worn by Orthodox priests. Pl. KAMELAUKIONS.
|a Greek dish of meatballs cooked with herbs and onions.
|a (Greek) brigand. [Mod. Gr. klephtes, from Gk. kleptes, thief].
|of or like a KLEPHT, a (Greek) brigand.
|worry beads. No -S.
|a northerly wind in the NE Mediterranean.
|a kind of casserole with layers of mince and vegetables, popular in the Balkans.
|an aniseed-flavored Greek liqueur.
|a Greek soldier.
|a dish of mincemeat and macaroni topped with bechamel sauce.
|an uncultivated open scrubland of the Mediterranean region, aka GARIGUE.
|a Greek alcoholic drink.
|a modern Greek dance. [Mod. Gr. Rhomaikos, Roman].
|a dip of cold whipped potatoes and garlic served with pita bread.
|a Greek dish of lamb, similar to a shish kebab.
|a fish pâté made from the roe of the grey mullet or from smoked cod's roe, mixed with garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, etc.
|in Greece, a type of guesthouse with a bar.
|a light-armed soldier of the Knights of St John of Jerusalem. [Mod. Gr. Turkopoulon, a Turkish boy].
|a Greek cheese pie.
|a Greek dish made of yoghurt and finely sliced or chopped cucumber flavoured with garlic etc.