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- proper n. A system for transliterating Greek into the Latin alphabet, either phonetically (for example, transliterating Νίκη as Niki) or orthographically (for example, transliterating Νίκη as Nikh).
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In greece we have what's known as Greeklish but it is more frequently used to describe the different modes of writing greek text using latin characters.
Incidentally, in researching this post I ran across a Wikipedia article on "Greeklish," the online writing of Greek in Latin characters.
You know what, I hope someone writes them to "clarify" like Dr. Parastatidis did about their take on Greeklish not to be confused with Gringlish.
We can't right to our blogs using Greek, we can't search in Greek, we can send business emails only using Greeklish. apple please think different again when composing the next iPod touch / iPhone update.
According to the study, 77.4 percent of schoolchildren use Greeklish, with numbers rising sharply between junior high and senior high.
The frequency with which teachers reported finding words written in Greeklish in school essays was as high as 64.3 percent.
Greeklish, or Grenglish, is the Greek language written with the Latin alphabet.