[B-Greek] TREIS KAI DEKA
Harold R. Holmyard III
hholmyard at ont.com
Fri Sep 23 13:55:53 EDT 2005
> >> TRESKAIDEKA, isn't it?
>>That sounds a bit Latin; Smyth gives TREIS KAI DEKA or TRIA KAI DEKA.
>Ah, I knew there was another form I had seen somewhere, couldn't remember it.
>But what does it sound Latin? Except for the spacing, your first
>example is the same as what I wrote? Am I missing something?
HH: Your form lacks an "i" after the third letter.
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