A Little Italian and Greek

Italy n GreeceElaine Schmitz, author of Recipes & Recollections of My Greek-American Family, put greetings in her email to me which I asked what they meant. They are below and might be useful if you want to put in a little Italian or Greek into your story’s dialogue.

In Italian:

Buon giorno is Good morning, Buon pomariggio is Good day. Buona notte is Good night.
In Greek:

kalimera is Good morning and kalispera is Good day,  kalinikhta is good night.

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4 responses to “A Little Italian and Greek

  1. Gary Lea

    Now all we need to know is how to pronounce all that.

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  2. ladywinfred

    Imponente (awesome in Italian)! Charis (thanks in Greek).

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