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Old 01-08-2010, 06:37 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by makedonin View Post
The OS suffix on the end of the Greek words is added to the Nouns which are maculine in the Nominative case.
Now they will claim Spain and its race as Helenic. Or the spanish might claim Alexandros as Hispanic. How many Spanish names end with os

On a serious note, does anyone notice the new trend in Greece regarding the sir names? the "s" on the end is taken away. eg; Bakoyanis now is "Bakoyani" or karomanlis is sometimes printed or pronounced as "karomanli". Are they trying to sound more like Italians now? no dought they would have a reason for this, but i cant ever remember this happening before the last decade. i could be wrong.
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